Saturday, February 23, 2013

Salmon of Sand

In the middle of Harrison Hot Springs there's a shoreline park with paths for walking, benches for relaxing, sand for sunning (hopefully soon), and lake views for enjoying. In a rock garden, I found this salmon sculpture that looked of sand.


Online I discovered Harrison Hot Springs used to sponsor world class sand sculpture contests.  Too bad they stopped.  Look at some of the spectacular sculptures from years past. -- Margy

7 comments:

  1. Parksville has a worldclass sand sculpture competition that we went to this summer - my first ever. It was amazing!

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  2. Fabulous pictures! We were in Copenhagen last summer, and they have a park of sand sculptures. It's an international language.

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  3. This sculpture is beautiful! Love the pose! We have sand sculpture competitions each year on my Mornington Peninsula.

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  4. That's pretty cool!

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  5. Love the sculpture too, has elegant details.

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  6. Great sculpture. At Riverfront park in Mount Vernon there is a very similar looking Salmon. To be done in sand would be awesome. MB

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