This is the extraordinary entrance to the Cosmocaixa science museum. You actually have to spiral down, around a 30m/90 ft tall brazilian rain forest tree.
Elevators to go out…
And by the way, I almost forgot about it, but this blog celebrated it’s 5th blogaversy on may 10th. Hooray!!!!
Back to the Cosmocaixa, Barcelona’s museum of science. I have no idea what this is called, but kids (and I) just love it!
HA!Boys just love this!!!
What about you, girls?
Watery Wednesday, as every Wednesday.
Some interesting light effects at the entrance…
A Tyrannosaurus Rex on a diet.
Oh yeah, met Albert.
And yes, the submarine outside. Surprising place.
Inside the Science Museum, there is a sunken forest, populated with fishes, birds, snakes, a capibara, etc…
Watery Wednesday, right here.
No, not some futuristic ark-kind of spaceship. It is the tree in the Science Museum, aka Cosmocaixa.
What tree is it, will you ask?
Here is some more about it, as seen in HDR.
Cosmocaixa (so called because it belongs to a local bank, the Caixa), is an absolutely fantastic place. You actually enter the museum by going down the long ramp around the tree.
I’ll show you more this week.
Another take on this month’s theme day, electricity. Well, you can play with it, as these kids did at the Cosmocaixa, Barcelona’s science museum. Click here to view thumbnails for all participants