On a rather grey and blustery afternoon, today I went to the beach and found the driftwood sculpture I came across in July and described in Burrows and Rabbit Holes. It has grown in stature as more wood and found items have been lashed on. An entire mammal skeleton now forms part of the whole, as well as many crabs. Other notable additions are a bamboo flag pole formerly used to mark a crab/lobster pot, a plastic poinsetta garland and a construction worker’s hard hat. click on pic to view large…..
September 30, 2012
Saunton Sands revisited
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