No, the big Earth was a place for kids to go inside and play around, I think. I didn't look too close, but I think there was a kind of door to get inside it. It was sitting in the big open grass area north of the rocket.
That blue circle to the south is a fountain, the kind that you can walk on, and it sprays up out of the ground at unpredictable intervals to soak whoever is standing there. I think they probably leave it turned off December through February, though.
If I was a child, I would be afraid of this monster, Ryan. But maybe I still am… ;-) - a child, I mean of course :-))
Those eight big red eyes look like the ones of a monster spider, which maybe is just watching the two snails of yours. Brrr…
I am glad I can hide behind my mountains or a haybale. ;-)
Greetings and beware of the red eight-eye, May
You're right, May, this is like the face of a giant spider! Whether it is a spider or a rocket, this is still not a safe place to stand...fortunately it was busy sleeping, and I was able to escape.
Ooo, very dramatic angle! I'm imagining some big alien missile on its way to destroy the Earth! I like the red on the ends of the nozzles a lot too.
Thanks Brandon! Yes, it is quite an impressive display. At first I wasn't happy about the big inflatable Earth, but now it seems to make a good piece of the photo.
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Photo taken in Brevard County, FL, USA
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