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Amazing Olympic fences in London

Tuesday, 07 August 2012

The fence designing at the London Olympics is amazing. Every fence has a British theme to it, and they all look incredible. Here's a selection from yesterday's team final, and we start off with the guarding lions at the Nelson's Column fence. Click in here to read more about each of the amazing fences.

It was Maritime Day when Bob Ellis designed his course yesterday at Greenwich Park, and this naval themed vertical Cutty Sark followed the open water yesterday.
More naval fences!
The open water looked stunning and was called White Cliffs Water Jump.
Britain has great naval traditions, and this is reflected in the fence design.
The Naval Signal Flags triple combination looked fantastic with all its colours!
Charles Darwin - The Origin of Species fence was really impressive.
The Martime Navigation fence.
The gate at fence twelve; the 1908 Olympic Fence.
Old Royal Naval College and Queen's House!
The Naval Ship of the Line fence.
The Greenwich Mean Time fence with it's different clocks representing London, Beijing and Rio.
More British naval power at fence six with the Light House and Thames Barge fence!
More of the beautiful triple combination with its naval signal flags.

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