Creativity Blooms at the 2013 Mosaicultures Internationales

The Montreal Botanical Gardens is the host of the Mosaicultures Internationales this year. The theme is “Land of Hope” and the living larger-than-life sculptures from around the world are spectacular. Enough from me. A picture is worth a thousand words.

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Clown Fish (aka Nemo) (Japan)

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Polar Bear sculpture gets watered.

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Memoires of a Childhood Dinner (France)

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The Bird Tree (Canada)

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Comesse’s Butterfly (France)

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All In a Row (Madagascar)

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Mother Earth (Canada)

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Mother Earth (Canada)

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Ambassadors of Hope (Canada)

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Phoenix (China)

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Spirits of the Wood (Canada)

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Spirits of the Wood (Canada)

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Guardians of the Island (Chile)

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The Man Who Planted Trees (Canada)

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The Man Who Planted Trees (Canada)

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The Crane Girl, a True Story (China)

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Park employee waters flowers in a pot.

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The Uffington White Horse (England)

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Fragile Frogs (United States)

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5 thoughts on “Creativity Blooms at the 2013 Mosaicultures Internationales

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