Holiday visits: The Eden Project

This one is photo-heavy, folks. The largest number of photos taken in a single day and the sort of thing that makes me forever grateful for the advent of digital cameras. I’m going to say very little and let the photos speak for themselves, just grouping them by Outside, Mediterranean Biome and Rainforest Biome.

Outside:

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Mediterranean biome:

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Note husband for scale.

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I may need to have some of those flower photos printed on to canvas – they look like they should be paintings.

And the Rainforest biome:

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Special effects due to camera lens steaming up.

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This is one of those flowers that takes ages to open then smells terrible. Very glad it wasn’t open when we were there!

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If you’ve never been the the Eden Project it is definitely worth seeing. (I can also recommend the restaurant in the Mediterranean biome!)

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