Once upon a time I found a Sea Organ

As oddly-beautiful that it sounds, this giant organ plays eternal harmonic sounds in which the performer is nature itself, the Adriatic Sea. The Sea Organ (morske orgulje) is seventy meters long with thirty-five organ pipes built under the concrete and is located in Croatia. This idea came from the architect Nikola Basic who was inspired from the traditional church organ.

This phenomenon that you see on the bottom is called the Greeting to the Sun. It consists of three hundred multi-layer solar panels which collect solar energy throughout the day and transform into voltaic distribution network lights at night!  Thus, this oddly-beautiful experience from the rhythm of the Adriatic Sea Organ and the lights of the Greeting of Sun, carry a truly natural phenomenon that grew from the human imagination.

Advertisements