Thursday, February 10, 2011

theme thursday - spiral. H is for ...

Helix.



This is the Franklin-Wilkins building, part of King's College, London where I'm to be found every Tuesday, trying to get my head around complicated stuff.

The building is named in honour of Rosalind Franklin and Maurice Wilkins, two of the scientists who collaborated with Crick and Watson in the discovery of the Double Helix.

I found some spirally photos in the archives










1.sculpture in the brooklyn museum
2. barbed wire
3,4. glass sculpture by chihuly

6 comments:

Brian Miller said...

ummm...that first internet pic is a little awkward...lol...nice spirals...

Lynne said...

I love the spirally photo from the Brooklyn Museum. It looks like they are dancing! Very cool.

Wow, blending Theme Thursday with your NoBloPoMo is very daring.

Kudos to you on pulling this off famously!

Nanka said...

Loved all the spirals!! The last two in the greens are the ones I liked the best. Very Cool!! :)

Rinkly Rimes said...

The spiral sculpture is curiously fascinating.

Susannah said...

Great photos! :-)

writerslondon said...

Lovely set of spiroforms :D