Wednesday, 30 October 2013

Sculpture by the sea

Every year about this time, the Sculpture by the Sea exhibition takes over the Bondi to Tamarama walk. To me, it kind of heralds the arrival of Summer and festival season in Sydney, my favourite time of year. 

It's always a treat to do this iconic coastal walk, but with the addition of beautiful and fun artworks to be discovered along the way, it really is a must see.

I met a friend shortly after sunrise on a morning heavy set with fog and haze. We went early to avoid the crowds and took our time strolling from Tamarama to Bondi beach, sharing stories and taking pictures. The crystal ball, "Horizon" perched atop the cliff at Tamarama is a popular piece. I wish it could stay forever, sat on that cliff like an oracle.  I would visit it often, stare into the inverted reflection of the waves below and be reminded over and over again of the beauty and power in perspective.  

Afterwards we stopped into Lox Stock & Barrell for breaky. They do bagels and coffee really well, definitely worth a visit.

Altogether, a fantastic way to start the day. Bondi's Scupture by the Sea is on till 10th November, any time of day. If you're in Sydney, don't miss it!

Belinda x


  1. Oh wow, this looks like such a fun event, so many incredible sculptures, especially like the globe one, and the red and yellow flags! I must admit I'm slightly jealous you are just going into Summer, with all these grey days around here!

  2. This looks fun! Lucky you for getting to see it in person : ) Thanks for sharing too. I love the glass ball in images 5 and 6! How cool. Thanks also for your nice message on my blog. You cheered up my day. Happy Friday Belinda xx Evie

  3. Oh my this is fantastic what a treat to stroll around. x

  4. Oh wow, I can only imagine how much fun this is. Thank you for sharing this. I sure would love to see this event one day. Also, your weekly portrait last week in the mirror was perfect.


Thanks for your comment, so nice to hear from you. Belinda x

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