Blue Danube, coded

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    A public art piece commemorating the first austrian space travel, the astronaut's message coded in the Blue Danube waltz while flying over Austria in 1991.

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    1. D..R.. 69 months ago | reply

      Lovely low perspective and bokeh.

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    2. MissJewell's account will be deleted soon [deleted] 69 months ago | reply

      i dont quite undersand how they used this...or did they really use it..or ...hmmm...but lookin' good and interesting...and i love the 69 part...:))

    3. Németh Szilvia 69 months ago | reply


      Thanks a lot :)))))


      cccccccc :))) dirty girl!!! :)))))))

      I do not understand it myself... And gave up on trying to figure out coded messages lately anyway:)))))) (so picking the 69 part was unintentional... no code from my side :))))

      It was a huge metal disc, like a giant coin in the middle of the grass, with characters scattered around on it. But it looked amazing... I am just a girl so that is all I care about regarding space travel :))))

    4. MissJewell's account will be deleted soon [deleted] 69 months ago | reply

      that 69 must mean something in space travel though....i'm very curious..:) anyway...the numbers are not quite next to each other....it means no gravity...and they are flying...or something...:))
      rossz az aki rosszra gondol...:)))) heheee:))

    5. Javier Pico 69 months ago | reply

      Great detail. Love those metal characters...

    6. h&b { Lea } 69 months ago | reply

      stop.being.so.goddamn.TALENTED ! :)

      No, seriously, I love your stuff..

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