I believe that many practitioners of origami, just like me, like to leave origami models in public places for someone to find them.
In the Fitful The Flog, a blog by Philip Chapman-BellOrigami, he invites us to play with the concept of leaving paper models at public places and document it with photographs. The game consists of the following:
- Fold an origami model.
- Leave it in a public place.
- Take a photo at that site.
- Become a member of flickr.
- Upload the picture on the flickr “Origami for the People” group.
Last Saturday, while waiting for my husband who was racing up to the summit of Mount Washington (NH) on his bicycle, I left one of my origami hens on the summit sign, took a photo and put it in the flickr group. You may locate it here on the map.
I love the idea and, being from Latin America, I’d love to see many tagged photos of origami left in public places of Latin America!