We often have amazingly beautiful, special places on our doorstep that we take for granted. People travel thousands of miles to see it and when asked the locals say, 'oh I haven't been there for years' The Eden Project is one of these places, right on my door step but the only time I go is to listen to bands in the evenings and don't actually look around the rest of the project.
This year I was determined to put this right. I bought myself a 'Locals Season Ticket' It cost me £12 and I can get in for free for 12 months. I have decided that I would like to experience Eden through the seasons so set off with a friend to experience Eden in winter.
Today I will share with you some of the photos I took outside.
Beautiful driftwood ponies
Beautiful colours, even in winter
I am looking forward to seeing the living willow structure bust into life
The air was filled with the beautiful smell of Daphne.
Of course the biomes have their own seasons, but I wanted to capture the beauty outside as well. We were there for several hours but still didn't get around to see everything, so I'm looking forward to going back and exploring further. We only explored the Rainforest biome today, and I will share the photos with you soon. I don't want to overload you with photos!!
It is a very special place that I would urge you to visit if possible. I'm sure many of you have already. There is more information about it here. http://www.edenproject.com We will go again when the spring flowers are fully out and explore the Mediterranean Biome next time.
Thank you for all the comments on my last few posts. It is lovely to hear from you all, I am trying my best to keep up with you all. Even if I don't comment, I am still reading your blogs eventually. Life is a bit hectic at the moment, I am enjoying being able to get around more after my last operation so am making the most of every day I have off from work. It's no wonder nothing gets done at home! Remember the spring cleaning list I put up a few weeks ago.........not done. All my dreams of moving come down to getting the place in a state to sell..........not done. Oh well, I'm enjoying myself now, you never know what's around the corner.
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