Not Of Our World? #WordlessWednesday #Photography

Wordless Wednesday – No words, just pictures. Allow your photo(s) to tell the story.

Linking to the Sunday Stills photography challenge hosted by Terri Webster Schrandt. Theme: Out Of This World

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23 thoughts on “Not Of Our World? #WordlessWednesday #Photography

  1. I clicked on the Eden Project link and it is impressive that these unique structures are inside a reclaimed clay pit. It does look a little bit “alien-like” to be honest. We have restaurants that seat outside, even in Winter, in what they call “igloos” which look like this only smaller – they were a boon to restaurant early in the pandemic as well. This resembles Ontario Place in Toronto, which is a huge sphere – it is along Lake Ontario though. Here is my blog post, from last Wednesday. Two days before I did a long post about the American Lotuses at this Park – people cannot pick them, their leaves or take the seed pods as they are protected plants. But this doe was wading in the marsh eating them as if to flaunt that she could do so:

    1. The Eden Project is a beautiful place to spend the day, Linda. The walks alone are excellent, without even going into the domes. Unfortunately, food, drink, and souvenir costs are sky-high, with it being a tourist attraction. But they must make money to keep the place running and pay the staff working there. I did see a lot of people bring their own picnics, though.

  2. Oh my gosh, the aliens have landed and built an arboretum, Hugh! I almost wrote greenhouses but then clicked the link for the Eden Project. Very cool and how lovely to visit the inside and see life that once was not there!

    1. The Eden Project is a fantastic place to visit, Terri. Plus, it’s dog-friendly. My partner was in heaven with all the plants on display, some he’d never seen before. It was a full day out.

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