Oh so fab, Becky.
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Thanks Tish . . .I had to capture at least one shot from my weekend away for squares!
So immersed Becky 🙂 love the selfies my dear x
hee hee, you and Sue are the only ones who have spotted me!
Of course I would find you Becky x
So lovely! *____*
Sorry for having missed yesterday Becky! P got in the way…
Here’s mine for today though:
Your’e here today, so perfect Monday motivation
My day 27 isn’t as colourful as yours:
Your photos will be better though!
Yes, colourful! You’re obviously short on time, hon. I can offer cake? 🙂 🙂
Always up for cake!
Interesting! What/where is it?
It is a sensory pod at the Museum of Childhood in London. Behind me were lots of different texture yo touch.
Some interesting lights there, Becky. And a similarity in colour with mine: https://travelwithintent.com/2020/01/27/pinklight-on-theatre-avenue/
Kids were loving it!
That’s how most kids were reacting once they entered the pod . . . I was lucky to find a few minutes when it was empty to sneak in a shot !
I’d also like to see these in person! How was this installation done?
Was in the middle of a museum in London, they called it the creativity corner
would love to see this in person
It is in the Museum of Childhood in London, free to explore but you need to get there as soon as it opens if you are to go in the sensory pod. rest of day filled with children playing!
I bet it is busy…. and a museum in DC had some hanging plastic sheets with hanging lights – goodness I think it was back in 2012 – but also had a lot of sensory installations – and the London one sounds amazing especially for the children. Eh?
It is apparently the largest childhood museum in the world, although not sure how true that is. Certainly gets busy at the weekend!
My thoughts exactly!
That’s so pretty. Explain?
It is part of a sensory pod in the creativity corner at the V&A Museum of Childhood. Encouraging children to learn through touch and sight, and of course adults like me to play!
Ah! One for my William at half term then, when I’m in charge. Thanks!
You’ll love it as so many toys from earlier years, and hopefully there will be enough to keep him amused too. How old?
4 rising 8 ….
ooh look at the events then. They have them every day, there could be something just perfect for him. And it is all FREE!
Free is excellent, Becky. Thanks!
These look very interesting. Are they part of an art installation?
I’ve finally done my own January Light squares! https://theeternaltraveller.wordpress.com/2020/01/27/evening-comes/
I thought it was initially but apparently it is a sensory pod. I found it at the V&A Museum of Childhood – the first day we went it was filled with children, but the following day I figured out if i got there immediately after opening I would be able to get a few shots myself 🙂
You did well.
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