Thursday, 31 January 2019

A Flavour Of Cornwall's Eden Project: 15 Photos

We went to Cornwall's Eden Project yesterday. It was a funny old day weather-wise, there was hail stones, blue sky and even a few dark clouds, but it was all very pleasant. Today's post, therefore, simply consists of 15 photos snapped as we walked.
Heather in flower at the Eden Project, Cornwall
Various shades of Heather
The biomes at the Eden Project, Cornwall
First sight of the Eden Biomes
Seat covered in hail stones
My wife signs her name in the hail stones
Garden and signs at Eden Project, Cornwall
Walking through the gardens, towards the biomes at Eden Project
Getting nearer the Eden Biomes
Getting nearer to the Eden Biomes
In the Rain Forest Biome at the Eden Project
Inside the Rain Forest Biome 
Rope Bridge at the Eden Project, St.Austell, Cornwall
Rope Bridge in the Rain Forest Biome
Waterfall at Cornwall's Eden Project
Waterfall in the Rain Forest Biome at Eden Project, Cornwall
The spirit of Colita de Gavilon painting at the Eden Project, Cornwall
Painting of The Spirit of Colita de Gavilan in the Rain Forest Biome
Orchids in the Rain Forest Biome, EDen Project, Cornwall
Orchids alongside bamboo in the Rain Forest Biome
Inside the Mediterranean Biome, Eden Project, Cornwall
Inside the Mediterranean Biome
Plants inside the Mediterranean Biome, Eden Project, Cornwall
Various plants in the Mediterranean Biome
Colour inside the Mediterranean Biome
Colour inside the Mediterranean Biome
Dionysus: Wine, fertility and festivities
The festivities of Dionysus: wine, fertility - and probably more wine
Leaving the Eden Project palm trees
Time to go: leaving the Eden Project

8 comments:

  1. Lovely photos Mike! A great place to visit in the winter to get some cheerful colours.

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    1. Thank you Heather. Often visit Eden to see how it changes over the seasons. It's also nice and warm in the biomes!

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  2. Beautiful place & super photographs Mike. I like the mix.

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    1. Many thanks David. It's always interesting to visit Eden. Snow here at the moment!

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  3. I've always loved seeing your photos from Eden, so varied and interesting. I'm glad that Karin had a chance to do a little snow graffiti!

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    1. Thanks Ann. It's strange, as we walked round the gardens there was virtually no one else about - I'm glad Karin didn't have any paint with her :-)

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