Sunday, 10 January 2010

Eden Project Cornwall UK

By now, I guess that most of you have guessed that my - Jungle under Glass, was the Eden Project in Cornwall UK.Click HERE to see more info.
I can fully recommend a visit if you are in Cornwall anytime.
Its a fair walk from the car or coach park, but there are motor carts giving lifts to the centre and back.

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17 comments:

This Is My Blog - fishing guy said...

Mac: Do they have any exotic animals under those dooms?

lynnwiles said...

I've been to Eden, sounds warm to me now, but it's only memory...

Darla said...

I'll just have to drop by the next time I'm in the neighborhood, lol.
Looks like a beautiful place to look for exoctic animals......

Marka said...

Geodomes! Never been to one, though I hear they're pretty neat.

Teacher's Pet said...

Eden...what a perfect name!
Thank you for sharing the name of it. As soon as they build a bridge to the UK from the USA, I'm coming over. :))
Warm smiles from Jackie

Brit Gal Sarah said...

I will definitely get there the next time I am home. Thanks for the piccies.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

If I ever get to Cornwall---I WANT to go THERE.. Wow!!!!
Betsy

Sunny said...

I'm feeling a bit homesick. This looks like a lovely place to visit in Cornwall. Thank for the link it was really interesting to read.
Sunny :)

Anne said...

A smel feeling of summer, and i need it. The first picture ade me think of golf balls :-O so there is where tiger Woods are hiding :-)

Lew said...

Amazing place! There is a ropical rain forest exhibit at the Baltimore Aquarium. Not nearly as large as Eden, but interesting plants, birds and a few animals.

Tom said...

Playing catch up.....
Loved the Train, and this is certainly a great place... I recall folk saying it would be a waste of time and money ha! how wronge they were.

Picture Imperfect said...

These shots are beautiful! It looks like a wonderful place to escape winter for a while! :o)

Barry said...

Some nice shots of Eden, I spend quite a loot of time there as I live fairly close, although ruight now it's been closed for a few days due to ice and snow. For those asking there is some small exotic animal life there, I've noticed some birds along with the many native birds that inhabit the domes, there are also anoles, small green lizards in the rainforest, and some insect life.

George said...

What a fascinating project and what an appropriate name. Thanks for bringing it to our attention.

Kerri said...

Oh I would LOVE to have a Jungle under glass here! It's been so cold here - if we had one - I just might have to move in!

Staffan H said...

Thank you for the jungle posts - they were just what I needed today. Life feels good again! *lol*

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