Leaning Tower of Melon

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Leaning Tower


Although intended to stand vertically, the tower began leaning to the southeast soon after the onset of construction in 2009 due to a poorly laid foundation that has allowed the foundation to shift direction. The Tower of Melon is a work of art, performed in four stages over a period of about 177 seconds. Construction of the first floor of the red melons began on June 19, 2009, intended for the event “CLICK”@"Jugalbandi"
Unlike the controversy about the real identity of the architect of the Leaning Tower of Pisa, this tower`s architect is known to you. There is a little confusion surrounding this tower about its participation for the event, therefore I ask my dear friends about their opinion~ Should I OR should I not???
UPDATE: My dear friends who are too polite and nice and who do not want to discourage me or who did not dare to to say not to participate(look for the comments below), have given the go-ahead nod to participate. I am going ahead with my participation and compete with the other architects who are equally or more talented as me, although structurally my only competitor is the `Leaning tower of Pisa`. 

16 comments:

  1. You should. As for the architect, brilliant. :)

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  2. Beautiful and wonderful idea, you should send it to click.

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  3. What an awesome idea! Brilliant. Send it soon :)

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  4. Loved reading construction history of Melon Tower. Nice Idea and it has come out well..you got to send this to CLICK..

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  5. Looks awesome, do send it to click

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  6. OOhhh....The Leaning Tower of Watermelon cuboid peices are so juicy and lovely...I want to pck them off your picture and pop them in to my mouth...Lovely shot!!!

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  7. ohhhhhhh wowwwwww!!
    What a lovely idea and a what perfect click!!

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  8. Thats so beautiful!!!Lovely melon tower Cilantro!

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  9. That's a beautiful creation. I think you should. :-)

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  10. It is the leaning part that makes it interesting and enjoyed the narration by the architect :-). Do send this in girl, I like it and it is fun isn't it?

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  11. Gosh its wonderful idea dear..perfect for the event, do send it :)

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  12. LOL. Lovely post Cilantro. Definitely yes.

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  13. I just love the way you have captured it thro ur lenses! Gosh.. breathtaking.. Keep going buddy..!

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