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Wednesday, April 9, 2014

zoom in on bonsai

At a science festival event I was on the lookout for a zoom in zoom out opportunity and coming up the central stairs I spotted this display and thought I was onto a winner


When I reached the top and had a closer look I realised that this was a display of mathematical botanic knitted and crocheted plants that I had participated in last year.  And when I looked closer I spotted the 2 bonsai trees which I had sent in - the 2 grey ones on either side of the back row in the zoom in shot.  Lovely to see them all on display, especially when I wasn't expecting them.

Looking forward to plenty of visual surprises from everyone who participates this week.



12 comments:

Miriam said...

Helena that's amazing! what joy to have seen your work at the top of the staircase. Well done on the beautiful Bonsai, to have them on display and a wonderful unexpected find for your ZIZO. I would have a smile as wide as that lovely turned rail...

Sian said...

That's really exciting! That's the kind of surprise that leaves you smiling all day.

marshaleith said...

fabulous- I went back to the blog about these cacti and I am going to make some too!
So glad you spotted yours!

Cheri said...

What a fun surprise to capture for your ZIZO shots!

alexa said...

Well, many congratulations! That must have been a very exciting moment! Lovely to see them in this setting ..

Ruth said...

How exciting to see your efforts on display! Fabulous!

Prairie Jill said...

Oh, what fun!Seeing all your wonderful crocheting makes me feel the urge to dig out my hook and some yarn.

Karen said...

When I saw the title of the post, I certainly didn't expect to see this! Awesome, and a great surprise that you found yours on display!

Jimjams said...

Incredible - and weird - but definitely wonderful!

Gail said...

Oh what a wonderful surprise for you! Great work.

Missus Wookie said...

Oh what a fun spotting experience. They do look like fun and so intricate.

NatureFootstep said...

how nice to find your own work on display. :)