Each year at Hokitika on the South Island's West Coast they hold a sculpture competition utilising driftwood & other bits & pieces washed up on the beach. Some of the sculptures are innovative & original. These pieces of art are left on the beach until nature, in th action of the tides, takes its course.This 'fishermen' was one of the last remaining from this year's competition.
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howladersourav (310) 2013-03-16 20:39
It is very interesting to know about such innovative idea. Hats off to thce sculptor. You've captured it very nicely.
Thank you for sharing.
Let us share our world to each other.
ajayrawat (581) 2013-03-16 22:58
ha ha this this funny and creative, looks like just out of the MIB movie creatures, who so ever made this is so cool. Thanks for sharing.
chrislo (4151) 2013-03-17 2:11
I like the idea of giving new life to recycled materials. This composition made from salvaged wood is an amazing and very creative work of art which fits in this environment perfectly. I like how the dark sand background blends in with the palette of brown tones of the sculpture. Thanks for sharing this unique, yet ephemeral work.
Have a nice Sunday.
ktanska (24138) 2013-03-20 11:38
That one is fun! I think it is very important to document such temporary art. And you captured it from a good angle. Such competitions was a great event for sure!
fritzi007 (2766) 2013-04-01 11:51
wirkich eine wunderbare Darstellung, gratuliere!
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