Last Tuesday we went to Sydney to see the free open air Exhibition “Sculptures by the Sea”
We had planned this visit, for that day, because the weather forecasts promised us sunshine and summer-like temperatures.
A few das earlier a mighty surf had damaged some of the exhibits.
The famous, iconic Bondi Beach, Sydney
We started off at the Bondi Beach. And soon enough we saw the first of many sculptures.
Ha someone left his bag on the rocks? In the background, you can spot the Bondi Beach pavilion.
It is an arduous walk along the rocks from Bondi Beach to Tamarama Beach. Young people use it for their fitness workout. Old people like us, hope to survive.
Almost like the “Great Wall of China”. My wife could not help photographing me.
This exhibition is a yearly event and this year it was held for the 20th time. The artist come from all over the world.
The faces of people who wonder in awe.
Whatever it is, I liked it! Perhaps aliens left it there to spy on us Earthlings.
While this exhibition was going on for the last twenty years mother nature was busy for aeons and formed its own spectacular creations.
The elements have shaped massive rock face.
How many millions of years did nature work on this piece of rock?
Cloud formations on Jupiter? No, rocks near Bondi Beach.
Back to the human artists. There was so much to see. Every few minutes we had to pause as our legs are more than four times the age this exhibition is going.
This is very spectacular too. Another of those communication devices with another galaxy?
What is the meaning of this one? I have no idea, but it is made of wood.
This ball is made from bamboo sticks.
This must be the most beautiful exhibit of them all. There is, without doubt, a spiritual dimension to it.
Many people walked in either direction. They spoke in many languages. It was Babel all over again. But people were not confused in dealing with each other.
This cone must have a meaning, but it escapes me.
This picture gives you an idea of its dimension.
This one was called “Chaos Theory”. Why? It is not more chaotic than the rest of the man-made world.
“In Awe”, indeed, it survived the onslaught of the wild surf a few days earlier.
We had arrived dead tired at Tamarama Beach and felt like the rhinoceros in the last picture, flat on our backs.