My wife & I came across these small pieces of art made from driftwood, stones & shells whilst walking on Broughty Ferry Beach, just outside of Dundee 😀 It’s fun to imagine who made these little master pieces & did they survive the next high tide 🤔
Hi all, and thanks to Amy for this week’s challenge — Unique — and thanks also for your images of the temple. I thought long and hard about what it means to be unique until I turned my attention to nature and soon realised that unique is everywhere. My entry for this weeks challenge doesn’t stop on one particular thing, but I guess you could say is a celebration of the vast variety of “uniqueness” out there (and yes, I do like galleries).
Having been into Dundee itself, my wife and I headed along the north shore of the Tay Estuary to Broughty Ferry Beach and parked down at the Esplanade car park. Whilst walking along the beach we came across what I would call “beach art”. I don’t know if this is the proper term for these or who created these awesome pieces, but I thank them anyway for improving our day.
There will be some more photos to follow from our trip to the beach, but I thought these pieces of art warranted their own mention.