Weekly Photo Challenge – Masterpiece

“No matter where you are (and where you’ve been), I’m certain you’ve stumbled upon something extraordinary: a place that blows your mind; a work of art or object that speaks to you; or even a location or scene that’s special, unusual, or even magical in some way.”

The following photos consist of Sand Art from multimedia artists around the world who displayed their works at this year’s Neptune Festival in Virginia Beach, Virginia. I originally posted this as a slide show and then realized you need to be able to click on the pictures to view the amazing detail.

Incredible artists – incredible art!













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25 Responses to Weekly Photo Challenge – Masterpiece

  1. Coming East says:

    You will have to take pictures of this year’s entries because I won’t be here for that. I will miss it.

  2. I hope their sprinkler system doesn’t malfunction… 😉

  3. SOHO Lashes says:

    this is amazing. I wish I could do that 🙂

  4. I think the kids playing before the emerging (or disappearing?) dinosaurs is the best (LINK). Dianne

  5. Barbara says:

    Yup, I must admit that the man on the bed is my favourite, but there are loads of really great and clever pieces of artwork here, i love the ‘in one ear’ one. They remind me of the sand mandalas that the Buddhist monks make and then pour into a river

  6. pattisj says:

    Good choice, Al, I’m always blown away by the artwork.

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  8. misswhiplash says:

    what can one say..they are truly fantastic…my favourite is the angel or Japanese Grave but I also like the man lying on a bed of (what are they??penis!!!
    all very clever and talented people

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  10. Margie says:

    Masterpieces – all of them! I love the sense of humour that comes out in so many of them.

    • Al says:

      Absolutely, Margie. And to think, I’ still have trouble making pathetic sand castles with my granddaughter’s bucket and shovel.

  11. Oh, wow! They are fabulous!

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