When in Lugano on holidays, we’ve gone occasionally to the Meride Fossil Museum, which houses fossils found in the Monte San Giorgio geological layers. High in the mountains, sea creatures’ fossils are found, which is an amazing fact when you realize that the nearest ocean is hundreds of kilometers away today, and the deposits are 480 metres above modern sea level. To visualize the information, I made a calligram of an ammonite; see if you can spot my name and date of creation in the image. Click on the picture to enlarge. Enjoy!
[As always, if you are interested in using this elsewhere, please ask my permission, and give credit where credit is due (i.e. link to my blog and all that…) Thank you!]
5 responses to “Calligram #2: Ammonite”
Amazing! You are so talented!
Thank you (blushing)! 🙂
That’s a lot of work. Very cool.
Thanks! I enjoy doing calligrams – they’re relaxing and mentally stimulating, though that might sound like an oxymoron. 😉
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