Tuesday, October 26, 2010
The DNA Fountain
Well, I didn't know when I published this photo last June that the 'fountain' I'd shown was really the bare bones of a fountain that had been removed for technical reasons and recently replaced, as you see above. It is called the DNA Fountain, and represents a double helix. The fountain was returned to its original location just off of Republic Square where young science students often meet. And yes, true to its name, the DNA fountain is an exact copy of its predecessor. :)
Another photo from when I was sitting on a bench in the park. This child was having a little help from his mother. Baby steps. See other ...