Wednesday 8 August 2012


Now And Then

The Mediterranean Biome

The Mediterranean Biome stands 35 Meters tall and 135 Meters in length. When you enter you notice it has a nice warm temperature which suits the arid plants and trees that grow in here. Whilst walking around you get the beautiful aroma coming from various plants and flowers, also you will find Olive trees,Grapevines and various sculptures. When we first visited, the ground inside was so bare and the plants looked like weeds,but as you will see a lot has changed since the first visit.

The Steel Shell Of The Mediterranean Biome
The Outside Is Nearly Completed, Almost Taken In The Same Place As The Photo Above. Photo Taken Between 1999-2000
The Mediterranean Biome Seen From A Different Angle In March 2012
A Sculpture Of A Wooden Pig, Taken in 2001
Same Pig Different Angle, Taken in March 2012
The Bacchanalia Sculptures, Photo Taken In 2001
More Greenery Behind The Bacchanalia Sculpture, Photo Taken In March 2012
Plenty Of Open Space, Photo Taken In 2001 
A Photographer Paradise With The Different Shapes and Colours
Mosaic Path Leading you Into the Mediterranean Biome, Taken in March 2012
Olive Oil, Taken in March 2012
A Sculpture Of Red Hot Pokers, Made From Old Car Exhausts
One Of The Biomes Cells
Bacchanalia Sculpture
I Like The Way the Vines Blend In With The Sculpture
A Dancing Party Of Bacchanalia Figures
Bulls Head
Some Of These Sculptures Looked A bit Scary
That's More Like It, Shame It's Empty
A Nice Carpet Of  Tulips
A Firey Tulip
A Beautiful Lily
Pollen Waiting For A Passing Insect

                                            All Photos Taken By DDPearce Of Darrins Photography


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