Sculpture By The Sea

Imprisoned caterpillars, a skeleton walking a balance beam and giants made of staples. Sounds like characters from a fantasy novel but these are actually some of the things you will find at the annual spring exhibition, Sculpture By The Sea, another favourite event for Sydneysiders. I am continually impressed by the focus of cultural events in Sydney, one trait that makes this city such a special place. SBTS is a treat for photographers and while I went along equipped with my little point and shoot, the exhibition presents plenty of opportunities for even the most amateur photographer (ahem.. me) to play around with. Cameras aside though, the purpose is to get outside, take in the fresh ocean breeze and enjoy art.


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One Response to “Sculpture By The Sea”

  1. Audrey Kohlbeck Says:

    You should be so proud of your writing. I love your little…ahem..me kinda things. I am sure there is a journalist term for that. Also, love the pictures, especially those of you and Matt. And you can still touch your toes.

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