Monday, December 04, 2006

Origami Safari


We kicked off the holiday season with a visit to the American Museum of Natural History, specifically to the origami holiday tree. Each year approximately 40 volunteers fold the various shapes used to decorate the huge evergreen. As the title would suggest, this year’s theme involved roughly 500 animals, including herds of elephants, upside-down chameleons, gorillas, giraffes, koalas, bears, tigers, zebras, and tapirs. Pictured, the 2004 tree.

1 comment:

Pugholder said...

You're attention to detail and your ability to be so descriptive make me feel as if I were there

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