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Discarded Bottle Fish

One man’s junk is another man’s giant fish sculpture, so the saying goes (I’m sure somebody, somewhere, at some point said that). Set on the sunny Botafogo beach in Rio de Janeiro, this hugenormous light installation is constructed from illuminated discarded bottles, as part of the  UN Conference on Sustainable Development. Check out some more shots at this flickr set by Ascom Riotur: flickr.

(via: razorshapes / colossal)

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