Saturday, November 26, 2011

Sculpture by the Sea - Bondi to Tamarama

On a misty morning last weekend we set out across the "Coathanger" (aka Sydney Harbour Bridge) to view the wild and quirky exhibition set along the cliff path between Bondi Beach and Tamarama Beach. 

Known as Sculpture by the Sea, a selection of Sydney Sculptors submit their works. They are quite varied in their appearance, some incongruous, some appropriate, but all amusing.

Taking two ten year olds, Finley and Alvin, who were on the lookout for fun places to play, found curiosity on the coast with the likes of log cabins and tyre turtles.

 Replica Easter Island heads, on this occasion made from iron sheets instead of stone faced westwards.

 The nets to me look like ocean poliforms.

Trying my best to not look like a beached whale, but standing quite close to one replica whale submarine.

Six sided forms.

The frog garden or maybe they're a garden of cane toads.

Striking shapes.

These cliffs are the favourite haunt of rock fishermen, though now they might be frequented by golfers.

More coastal pictures to follow.

Have a happy Thanksgiving.

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