Saturday, 5 December 2015

Sculptures by the Sea

Another year has flown by and once again it is time to feature Sculptures By the Sea.
We love going late on a Sunday afternoon, especially if there's a storm brewing.
It's a great way to clear the crowds.
We diehards, shelter under the sandstone cliff with a coffee, watching everyone else scuttle and scurry away. The storm passes and we're left to enjoy the sculptures - freshly washed, dust-free and glistening in the weird evening light.



The Barbie Wave created a lot of interest!


But I prefer the more simple, elegant designs.












Empty beach after the storm

Homeward bound with Mr Seasons


A rainy Anzac Bridge - beautiful in any weather!

This post is part of Saturday Snapshot

8 comments:

  1. You strategist you! Well done for avoiding the crowds. I can't believe that another year has come and gone and still I haven't made it to Sculptures By The Sea. I must try and make it next year. It always looks amazing.

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    1. The small three week window to see them is difficult, even when you live close-by!

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  2. I enjoyed seeing all of these, including the Barbie, but the one right below it is so elegant. It reminds me of my favorite sculpture at the university, where we take family photos. Thanks for sharing, and here's MY SATURDAY SNAPSHOT POST

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  3. The Barbie Wave is neat, but the others are beautiful!

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  4. What a wonderful exhibition. Each year seems to get more interesting.

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  5. I love the white one that is a bit like a shell and the one that looks like the veins of a leaf. What a terrific event!

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  6. I love these and I love the idea of sculpture by the sea.

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