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Please post photos of your origami.

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  • #18035

    Carol would like for everyone to share photos.

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    • #18055
      Carol Benner
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      Two batches of a thousand cranes delivered by school children.

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      Carol Benner
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      Carol Benner
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      Carol Benner
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      Carol Benner
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      The above pictures were taken at the Children’s Peace Park in Hiroshima. The monument is ground zero where the A-bomb hit. Sadako’s statue is named for the little girl who was two when the bomb dropped and who developed leukemia as a result of the bomb. She folded 1000 cranes which according to Japanese legend would make her wish come true.In the collage, there are cranes folded by Sadako. These are on exhibit in the Peace Museum.

      Around the statue are glass cases that hold different batches of cranes (1000 each) brought to the park by children from all over the world.

      Fold cranes —

      And POST PICTURES!!!!!!

      Carol

    • #18121
      Phyllis Straus
      Participant

      Thanks for the origami session, Carol.  Here are my cranes.

    • #18127
      Elizabeth Brookman
      Participant

      <p style=”text-align: left;”>African print </p>

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      Rosalie Neilson
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      Five Cranes made with origami paper representing Chiyogami Patterns

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