A balancing act

Seeming to defy gravity or any logic and appearing physically impossible the art of creating arrangements out of stone requires patience and a steady hand…master this and the results can be very cool indeed.

A small UK arts collective called Responsible Fishing visited Sandsend near Whitby today to create stone balancing artwork and sand art designs on the beach and to offer advice to members of the public who wanted to give it a go. Made as the tide drops these creations are short lived however as they disappear as the tide makes its way back in and covers them over.

Here’s a few pictures from today…

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Sand Art event in Yorkshire

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