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John

So glad you didn't suggest the lack of a full stop hinted at the infinity of the composting cycle.

Lora

This walkway looks awesome! From the look of it, the structure is probably "corten steel". It gives a rusty appearance without rusting all the way trough. Usually corten steel is just a plating though. Wood can definitely be as strong as steel, but usually it would be of a much larger diameter, so the structure wouldn't be anywhere near as elegant as it is now...

by the way... I've been reading your blog for some time now, just never really got around to posting. I'm an architecture student, not a graphic designer, so I'm just soaking in everyone's wisdom over here without being able to add to it :) Until now that is...

Mike Reed

Bless you for the full stop comment, Ben. By the way, Salcey Forest in Northamptonshire got there first. It has a lovely treetop walkway: http://tinyurl.com/686mdr

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