Monday, 11 November 2013

Tamarama, Sculpture By The Sea

Like A Flower Swaying In The Wind by Hiroyuki Kita
Sacred Space by Dale Miles
Grove by Ayako Saito
Husk by Marcus Tatton
Inori "Angel Prayer For Peace" by Zero Higashida
Sculpture by the Sea is the annual outdoor sculpture exhibition that was on display on the coastal walk from Bondi to Tamarama until yesterday. These sculptures were located around the edge of Marks Park at Tamarama, overlooking the Pacific Ocean.

21 comments:

  1. Your entire sculpture series intrigues me. I've looked at each post several times. I cannot pick a favorite piece. Thanks for the photos!

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  2. Awesome artworks.
    http://www.homezweethome.info/2013/11/flame-of-independence.html

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  3. I picture Husks rolling down the slope like the new Zealand Zorb balls.

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  4. "Sacred Space" is my favourite in this series Jim.

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  5. Nice photos, Jim!
    Monday greetings from Holland , RW & SK

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  6. Hi Jim,

    Placing sculptures by the blue sea, with the blue, blue sky makes them even more dramatic.

    I look forward to reading your comment on my blog.
    Happy Blue Monday!

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  7. You do find such treasures to photography ~ beautiful sculptures and sky for HBM ~ thanks, carol, xxx

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  8. they are all nice; i like the first one best of all; have a nice Monday

    much love...

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  9. Creative, intriguing sculptures beautifully highlighted and framed by the coastal views. The first one is particularly beautiful.

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    1. I always put my favourite one at the top. :)

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  10. Wow! Interesting photos and making me smile. Glad I stopped by. Have a wonderful week.

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  11. Like the first one the most! So elegant and I love the minimalism! Thanks for sharing and also coming to my blog earlier!

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  12. Hi Jim
    What an amazing backdrop for those sculptures, I reckon this would have to be one of the best settings in the world - don't you?
    The sculptures are pretty awesome too!
    Wren x

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