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Recycled Art at San Francisco Park

Earlier this month, I visited the Conservatory of Flowers at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, CA. I thought my readers would enjoy these pictures of displays created from all recycled materials.

A model of the Ghirardelli chocolate factory in light switches.
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Circuit boards become another landmark, the Japanese Tea Garden.
 
 The Golden Gate Bridge in Recycled Materials.
 
 Check the detail on this skyscraper made from computer parts.
 
 
 


 
 Don't you love the grater and fork clock tower?
 
 Note the chopsticks and salt shaker details too.
 
 
 
This display just proves that you can make something fabulous out of almost anything!

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1 comment:

  1. Loved all those pictures. How wonderfully creative. Thanks for sharing.

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