The Eden Project has chosen to use two of my photos for their 2008/2009 Guide Book.
The Nutcracker is a fantastic piece of art, and something everyone who creates software should take the time to go and study! The whole point of the Nutcracker is to open peoples’ eyes to just how unnecessarily and ridiculously overly-complicated we make things. You can find this contraption in The Core building, where it stands as the main draw in the room. Just don’t forget to take the time to check out everything else in the room too 🙂
This photo of the Rainforest Biodome has been chosen as the front cover photo for this year’s guide book. They’ve cropped the top down a bit, and made it look really fantastic. They were also kind enough to credit me at the back of the guide book. It’s a great testament to the quality that the Nikon D200 and Nikkor 18-135mm lens combo can produce.
I’m chuffed to bits over this 🙂
We’ll be heading back down to the Eden Project in the near future, where I’m looking forward to taking photos of some of the things we missed first time around. I might end up posting a shot of me standing beside the guide books too … 🙂