Eden Project

Another one from years ago, so there are plenty of photos, but not much story to go with them. To be fair, there probably wasn’t much story beyond ‘we went to the Eden Project, and wandered around taking photos’, anyway. So let’s just have a look at some photos…

The Eden Project, from the entrance. Mediterranean biome in the middle, tropical to the left, and The Core on the right. 44 source images, all batch processed with onOne Perfect B&W, applying my DarkDrama preset. All then loaded into PanoEdit, and let it work its magic. The result is a 205 megapixel image, 27,256 pixels wide.
A bridge in the tropical biome at the Eden Project.
Processed with onOne Perfect B&W’s Ruth filter.
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The Seed is one of my favourite things at Eden Project. A huge sculpture in the centre of The Core building. Technically, it’s just a big rock, but there’s something about it that I can stare at for a long time.

Inside The Core, at the Eden Project, is this amazing work of art – the Seed. It’s carved from one huge rock. Processed with onOne Perfect B&W’s Dramatic Light filter.
The top of the Seed art installation, inside The Core building at the Eden Project. Processed with onOne Perfect B&W. Shallow depth of field provided by the Canon FL 58mm f/1.2 lens.
The edge of the Seed art installation in The Core building at the Eden Project.
My shadow on a wooden wall.

Published by pigpogm

I live in Tiverton, Devon, UK. I work at Cult Pens, an online pen shop, which is fun for a geek with a pen obsession. PigPog is my personal site, mainly for my photography.

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