It does stand out well.
Apart from the added carving/etching, the sandstone has wonderful natural markings of its own. Thanks for sharing Jim (and for dropping by my blog from time to time)
Wow, that's a real work of art!
The sand stone is a magnificent Jim.
I don't know what to think of it. But an interesting find.
How did i miss this when I was right there in February?? Will have to look back at my photos!
Jackie, if you walked around the harbour foreshore on the way to the Sydney Harbour Bridge then you probably walked right past it. You may have been distracted by the views of the Sydney Opera House from this location. :)
Love the sandstone - not so keen on the decorations - do they have some significance perhaps?
The artwork does resemble traditional Aboriginal artwork that you might see painted in caves or carved in rocks.
Very interesting Jim, Tom The Backroads Traveller
I love it, Jim!
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It has a nice archaic feel to it. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.
From afar it looks like wood !
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