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Flying fish! Those are very special!
Anne: Q said they were fish - I had read the information that said they were snowy owls http://www.fetedeslumieres.lyon.fr/en/installation/les-pikooks, but I had to concede that they were more like fish (or whales..)
The more you show of this the better it looks, Anne.
Anne: It really was excellent Frank - there was an amazing static smoking Chinese dragon, the photographs I took just didn’t do it justice.
Jolies décorations très originales.
Anne: They were really amazing Martine.
  • Chris
  • Not Nowhere
  • 8 Nov 2018, 06:40
These are wonderful bright images Anne, they go together so well
Anne: Apparently they were Pikooks - I have gleaned this from the internet

The Pikooks, a pair of blue kites resembling snowy owls, soar across the sky in a wedding dance, while keeping a protective eye on their three eggs below. Their nest is floating in the pond, among the reeds and duckweed. Slowly but surely, these graceful creatures swoop down to join the nest and the atmosphere takes on warmer, orange hues as the chicks get ready to hatch. Red lights pulsate inside the shells, like tiny hearts beating. Will you see them come into the world in this magical experience?
Wow! I have never seen anything quite like these before Anne
Anne: The were amazing Bill, very mesmeric.
I love this. More cities should have fun at night like this.
Anne: We are very lucky Mary here in Lancaster. The event lasts 2 nights culminating in fireworks.
These are really good, I like the video, it makes it seem alive.
Anne: They were very impressive Brian - this is the blurb about them

The Pikooks, a pair of blue kites resembling snowy owls, soar across the sky in a wedding dance, while keeping a protective eye on their three eggs below. Their nest is floating in the pond, among the reeds and duckweed. Slowly but surely, these graceful creatures swoop down to join the nest and the atmosphere takes on warmer, orange hues as the chicks get ready to hatch. Red lights pulsate inside the shells, like tiny hearts beating. Will you see them come into the world in this magical experience?
  • sherri
  • Little Rock, Arkansas, USA
  • 9 Nov 2018, 01:02
what a wonderful display so nicely photographed
Fun shots...

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