Garden for the Sightless

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Bermuda Botanical Gardens

I shot this as an experiment only to discover the great point cloud. Took me awhile to get the whole thing uploaded.

Press F for full screen P for point cloud and take a walkthrough.............

Bermuda Botanical Gardens Originally opened in 1898 the Bermuda Botanical Gardens feature 36 acres of trees, flowers and shrubs. All are clearly labelled making it the place to come if you want to identify the fantastic flora you have seen on your Bermuda vacation. John Lennon visited the gardens in 1980 and named his subsequent album ‘Double Fantasy’ after a flower he spotted here.

There’s a palm garden featuring native palmetto trees, a flowering hibiscus garden, a rose garden, a frangipani collection, banyan trees and an enormous ficus tree. The Garden for the Sightless is a sensory garden designed primarily for the benefit of the blind. All the signs are in Braille and the garden abounds with fragrant flowers and aromatic herbs. There are several greenhouses filled with collections of cacti and orchids and the gardens also has an aviary.
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Date Created 2/20/2009
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K Over 1 year ago
wow, what an incredible point cloud! the statue is amazing. thanks for including so much information about the garden including the location.
lostinthetriangle Over 1 year ago
I did kinda go overboard on the statue! Thanks.........
dariusmonsef Over 1 year ago
Great synth... you should go overboard more often :)
ikjoyce Over 1 year ago
Fantastic - if you view the point cloud statue from behind you get the hollow-face illusion which is a bit freaky!
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