360 gigapan of Mel Chin’s Seven Wonders

A 360 gigapan of Mel Chin’s Seven Wonders. Location: Sesquicentenial Park Houston, Texas at the Wortham Center. Commisioned By the Central Houston Civic Improvement District, Inc with the Buffalo Bayou Partnership. One of the towers is the location for the Button for Dean Ruck’s Big Bubble.

It is highly recommended that you install Google Earth and its browser plugin, then click on the Google Earth link button under the gigapan.

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One Response to 360 gigapan of Mel Chin’s Seven Wonders

  1. Steve says:

    Doug, I’m enjoying your site. This project reminds me of the “totally kid carousel” in the Riverbank State Park in New York. All the animals on the carousel were designed by kids in some kind of contest, and then beautifully made…just like those towers. http://www.flickr.com/photos/nathangotphoto/3843881890/in/photostream/

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