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    Iam puppy, hear me yap. Global Moderator lycanox's Avatar
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    Carl Warner's, food shapes.

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    Everything seen in the pictures below is edible.
    I wonder if this is how Cockaigne would have looked like. If it did exist.

    BBC In pictures: From edible to incredible.


    Salmon Seas.


    Italian home.


    Bread mountains.


    Fruity balloons.


    A forest of greens.


    Sea Cliff.


    Stormy sea.




    Mountain landscape.





    All these pictures were created by Carl Warner and collected from various websites.
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    Now I'm starvin'

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    WOW that is so cool!
    Thanks for sharing. :-)
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    Hmmm...there's that craving for fresh, crunchy produce again...

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    I'm hungry too. I wish I was that talented.

    Yes, thanks for sharing.

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    These pictures are stunning!

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    That next to last one looked almost scary..the carrots the way they were reminded me more of teeth than stalactites..but I really loved the forest of greens and sea cliffs ones though.

    I wonder if that is the first thing that people who have starved to death see when they die and go to heaven. Then when they have no hunger anymore, and no fear of hunger anymore, they can go on to the next level of heaven. According to myth and legend, hell has levels, why not heaven too. I don't think they would be 'levels' as such though, more of ever growing layers of comprehension.

    I liked a few of those, and really liked the Cockaigne reference..had never heard of that before, and tht was interesting to learn about.

    And googlin around found this really cool site about caves too:

    http://www.goodearthgraphics.com/virtcave/virtcave.html

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