Late October I set out to the Point for a morning of stone balancing. The tide was already coming in so I had to work fast. I found one large and a number of other flat stones and started an arch. Time after time the stones crumbled in my hands. The stones were falling into the rising water at my feet. As the tide moved in, waves were splashing my legs and waist. After spending over an hour trying to set the stones I was not ready to give up! One last try and the arch set.
So excited I keep shooting photos until one last big wave knocked over the arch. Enjoy!
So many people stop and want to hear more about the stone sculptures and why I build them and what my story is. We talk and enjoy the morning and these discussions add so much to the process, the day and my life. I thank you all for the kind works and support.
This past Saturday I was fortunate enough to meet a very nice family from Shanghai. They picked Greenwich as the last stop off in a long summer vacation tip around the world. A wonderful family. Hope to see them in Shanghai someday soon.
Amazing. you never know who you will meet.
There were all there for the most recent images. The waves were crashing and I was shooting as fast as I could!