Wednesday, 17 November 2010

Tamarama, Sculpture by the Sea

m.100901 by Toshio Iezumi, Japan
Initialis by Tim MacFarlane
Pauanui by Jacek Wankowski, Australia
Anaconda by Michael Le Grand
Big Bather by James Rogers, Australia
Sculpture by the Sea is the world's largest annual free public outdoor sculpture exhibition which this year ran from 28th October to 14th November 2010. It was located on the two kilometre coastal walk from Bondi to Tamarama. These sculptures along the cliffs were overlooking MacKenzies Bay and had the Pacific Ocean as a backdrop.


  1. sorry for the late reaction, but I had to do my job the whole day

    Beautiful My World Tuesday posting

    Have a nice week,
    Greetings, Bram

    Link to My Word Tuesday post!

    Seen on My World Tuesday

  2. Oh man, you have so much real world class sculptures there at once. The location isn´t that bad either. You are so lucky. Michel LeGrands blue one was my favourite of these.

  3. These are insane. I so have to get into action and see it for myself. My family and I made the trek last year and we certainly weren't disappointed. Amazing stuff. Great shots. Pruxxx

  4. Hi
    mi piace molto : Initialis by Tim MacFarlane.
    Buona serata :)

  5. Melting in its environment of beauty.

    Please have a good Wednesday.

    daily athens

  6. Pretty neat installation. I like the Big Bather the most.

  7. They are cool looking sculptures. It must have been nice to walk along and see them all by the sea.

  8. Wonderful sculptures. I liked the first one a lot.

  9. Another fab photo collection, with 'Initials' my personal fave. Will they be staying in place?

    Happy travels!!

  10. Red Nomad OZ, it's a temporary installation for about three weeks and they have different exhibits every year.

  11. Great shots, especially the first one.

    I noted your query about covered bridges/ They were built to protect the bridges from the weight of massive snowfalls. The angle of the roofs allows the snow to slide into the river rather than make the bridge impassable or unstable/

  12. wow.... thats cool. unfortuntaley my trip to australiadoesnt coincide with the showcase.

  13. Another great selection of works, excellent shots!

  14. Sculptures by the sea, what an incredible sight that must be. I enjoyed your photographs immensely, thank you and thanks for stopping by.

  15. Thanks Arija. I thought that might have been the reason for them but didn't know for sure.

  16. I'm really diggin' this seaside sculptures series you have going. I would so be into that walk! There are many beautiful and/or interesting, whimsical and even comical sculptures here, that it's hard to choose one favorite.

    Really enjoyed this blogging experience!



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