Saturday, 22 November 2014

Sculptures by the Sea 2014

Sculptures by the Sea is an annual event held on the beaches and cliff walk between Bondi Beach & Tamarama.

It's a 2 km walk with more than a 100 sculptures overlooking some of the most beautiful coastline in the world.
We like to go in the cool of the evening to avoid the big crowds.
It also makes for some spectacular sunset photos.

If you'd like to see some of my pics from previous Sculptures by the Sea, please click on the link at the beginning.
But for now, I give you Sculptures by the Sea, 2014.

 Ron Robertson-Swann, tony
George Andric, sisyphus
Toshio Iezumi, m. 140901
NEON, house of mirrors
Byeong Doo Moon, our memory in your place
Julie Collins & Derek John, evidence based research - crossing the line
Alejandro Propato, permanent sunrise


Mikaela Castledine, gift of the rhinoceros
View of Tamarama Beach
Stephen Marr, that tranquil moment
Koichi Ishino, wind stone - the threshold of consciousness
Margarita Sampson, the grove
Lou Lamber, currawong
Wang Shugang, men playing with birds
Stephen King, the folly
   This post is part of Saturday Snapshot.

15 comments:

  1. Every year I see your pictures and every year I think I really must go to that this year. And every year I don't make it there. I must change this pattern. It looks so fantastic. I love the peacock. The grove, and those upside down red trees.

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    1. It really is a wonderful event Louise. Timing is everything though. During the day on the weekend is a nightmare. Weekdays, early morning or late evening are the best times (although more & more people are doing it this way too!)

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  2. These are wonderful, Brona! Thanks for sharing them. Have a great weekend!

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  3. Oh my! Remarkable. Thank you for sharing these here with us.

    Here's my Saturday Snapshot.

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  4. How beautiful these are! I would be hard pressed to pick a favorite, but I definitely enjoyed Crossing the Line. Thanks for sharing...and here's MY SATURDAY SNAPSHOT POST

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  5. That would be a wonderful walk. I will have to make the effort to go back to Bondi and make this walk when I visit Australia next, even if the sculptures aren't out.

    Sean at His and Her Hobbies

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    1. Definitely Sean - the walk between Bondi & Coogee is wonderful, although I haven't done it for years either myself.

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  6. Amazing!! How fortunate you are to have such opportunities!

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  7. Very cool! I would like to see them in person!

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  8. Wow! Fabulous sculptures and how nice to have them on the beach.

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  9. Beautiful sculptures in a gorgeous setting. As I scrolled down the page, I'd think, "That's my favorite!" and then I'd see the next one and it would become my favorite too! You did an amazing job of capturing the art in its surroundings. Wish I could be there.

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    1. Part of the fun of the event is taking 'interesting' photos. Mr Seasons and I get a little competitive about trying to get the best shot!!

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  10. WOW! What a wonderful event - and your photos are gorgeous! You've really captured the beauty of both the sculptures and the outdoor venue. The light in many of your photos is perfect. Nicely done - looks like it was fun!

    Sue
    Book By Book

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  11. Such an unusual collection of sculptures. What a beautiful setting for them too. I remember your photos from last year.

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  12. They are stunning - love the first and second, and the peacock, and what a fabulous setting for sculptures. My Snapshot is at http://chriscross53.blogspot.co.uk/2014/11/mushroomy-things.html

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