AGILEDROP: Drupal Logos Taking Part in Outdoor Activities

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After some time, our series of various Druplicons continue. We already presented you Drupal Logos in Human and Superhuman forms, Drupal Logos as Fruits and Vegetables and Druplicons in the shapes of Animals. Since winter is now gone for some time, more things can now be done outside. Therefore, we will look at Druplicons taking part in the outdoor activities.

Druplicon taking part in parachuting (DrupalCamp Dharamshala 2013)

Drupal Logo parachuting

Druplicon taking part in scuba-diving (Drupal Camp Florida)

Drupal Logo taking part in scuba-diving

Druplicon taking part in baseball with the hat from team Boston Red Sox (DrupalCon Boston 2008)

Drupal Logo baseball

Druplicon taking part in camping as a fire (Drupal Camp Toronto 2007 and used also on some other camps)

Druplicon fire

Druplicon using skip rope (DrupalCon Denver 2012)

Drupal Logo with a skip rope

As, now we can say, a standard practice, we last time encouraged you to find any of the missing Druplicons in the shapes of animals and share it on our twitter account. We were very pleased that you responded and delivered us some missing parts. HamzaGt informed us about another bee and an octopus, while Andrew Macpherson reminded us of a Druplicon in the shape of a bat from Drupalcon Austin 2014 (shown beyond).

Druplicon octopusDruplicon bat

If you find any of the missing Druplicons that take part in the outdoor activities (Human professions excluded, because there are still going to be published), post them on our twitter account and you'll be mentioned in our next blog post about Druplicons. Just as both authors above.

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