Weekly Photo Challenge: Unique

Inside David’s Tower museum
Inside David’s Tower museum

This weeks Photo Challenge is Unique.  I traveled to Jerusalem a while ago and there I came across this beautiful “fake grass”. It is GRASS made out of GLASS!!! I have never before seen anything like it and thought it was stunning!!

This was inside David’s Tower museum and it was part of a glass art exhibition that was going on inside the museum.

Grass made from glass, absolutely beautiful!!
Grass made from glass, absolutely beautiful!!
Part of a glass exhibit!!
Part of a glass exhibit!!

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  1. Great post. For me, the first image has the strongest composition. The ‘fake grass’ really draws the eye in and then the tower leans the opposite direction. I look forward to reading more of your posts.


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