To bring photos from my minds eye - to the public through the lens of my Nikon D90 ∧ D80
what a talented person! the dragon looks awsome!
I used to love seeing these sand artists when I was a kid in Southport. I still can't understand the dedication of someone taking all the time it does to create such a masterpiece and then the tide, or worse... some yob comes and breaks it all down.Wonderful gift. Thanks for the wonderful photo's too imac.Love Granny
A croc of a dragon, if you see what I mean?
Mac: Cool sand captures, nicely done.
Wonderful photos, Imac! I admire the folk who can make such wondrous things from something as "common" as damp sand.
This is great.And I LOVE your SkyWatch shots!!!
Impressing work - I haven't a clue how they do it. I suppose cement is out of the question?Very nice set-up!
He is quite delightful. The first shot made me think of the Fremont Troll under one of Seattle's bridges, but the troll is permanent. This is a lot of work for something so ephemeral.
That's amazing - and what a funt photographic presentation!
I am scared, lol ! what an artwork !
Hewo Unkol Zac!!!!¬"
Another cool series. The first few photos looked almost like carved stone!
I am lovin' his toothy grin. I am so happy you photographed it before the tide washes it away.
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