Monday, June 18, 2012

This treehouse was located on the far side of the first pond or lake. It represents Marcus Pfister, The Rainbow Fish, 1992. 

"The Rainbow Fish shared his scales left and right, and the more he gave away, the more delighted he became. When the water around him filled with glimmering scales, he at last felt at home among the other fish."

The Kitty Justice is it took LOTS of CD's to complete his scales. 


Changes in the wind said...

Never heard of this story before but what a sight it is.

Lady Di Tn said...

I saved my three favorites for the end of the treehouses. Two more to go. The eyes were windows so you could look out and see what the fish would view. Peace

Jackie said...

I have my own copy of "Rainbow Fish".... I love the story...timeless and a story for all ages, in my opinion!

Lady Di Tn said...

Good to see you feeling better. Glad you liked the tree house. Peace

Lee said...

Wow! Isn't that great! Terrific!

Lady Di Tn said...

Just imagine being a little kid again and getting to play inside this fish. Peace

DUTA said...

Cute fish!
It reminds me of my trip to the city of Eilat by the Red Sea.
In front of the art gallery , adjacent to the city museum, there are fish exhibits of many shapes, sizes and materials. Both kids and adults love it.

Lady Di Tn said...

Thanks. Fish do add to viewing pleasure. Peace