Saturday, 14 November 2009

Tamarama, Sculpture by the Sea

Sculpture by the Sea is the public outdoor sculpture exhibition on the two kilometre coastal walk from Bondi through Tamarama to Bronte. This year it runs from 29th October to 15th November. Here are some more sculptures with stunning backdrops.

23 comments:

  1. Sculptures are one of my favorite things to look at. You have some beautiful ones here, thanks for sharing them. Thanks also for stopping by my blog, really appreciate it. Have a great weekend.

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  2. Seems to be agreat day for strolling round those artobjects. Just clear blu sky, dont see much of that over here these days.....

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  3. The sculptures look great. I have to visit Australia one of these years, I'm certain I'd love it.

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  4. Such interesting artwork and it looks even better against those blue skies!

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  5. The sculptures in your Tamara posts are fascinating and beautifully located. Are they a permanent fixture and can they be touched and climbed upon?

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  6. Hi Jim, wonderful ART shots!!!
    Regards from rainy Berlin.

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  7. They are all beautiful! That is a great idea putting them near the sea like that. It makes a wonderful backdrop.

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  8. All so interesting art works with the sea in the background. Very fine pictures, I really enjoy them, both this nice post and in the previous one.

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  9. What a fun place to take pictures! Great blue sky, too! Thanks for the visit and the sky today!

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  10. Again, great sculpture. You just have to stand in awe of the creativity

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  11. Love this sculpture, most of which convinces me that Australia really is bordered on the east by the South Pacific. ;-)

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  12. They're great photos of very interesting sculptures. I note that in your first one with the eight figures, all of them are female.
    Melbourne Daily Photo

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  13. Its interesting looking at your, my and Sally's shots of the same sculptures, they are each quite different.

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  14. I have never seen so many lovely sculptures in one place. They are really neat and very interesting. Always happy to have you drop in for a visit or comment.

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  15. jabblog, it's a temporary exhibition that runs for about three weeks, every year. You can touch them and can climb on some of them. They have security people wandering around to ensure that they aren't damaged or vandalised at night.

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  16. WOW! What fascinating sculpture!
    This and Skywatch below are both super posts.
    I just read your comment that this is a temporary exhibit. All the more to thank you for sharing them.

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  17. Your blogs are just super. I have gladly already added both to my "blog List" of my travelling blog. Keep in touch. Kind regards from Cyprus!

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  18. These sculptures are glorious! What an outdoor art gallery!

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  19. I would like to be there to take some pictures of these scultures.. I like the first one! Thanks for sharing! FL

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