The Beach Debris Family

I’m planning to do a proper post about our lovely family holiday in the next few days, but in the meantime here are a few of pics of one of my favourite finds of the trip…

Beach art

DorkyDad went out for a walk one day, and came back telling me about a brilliant bit of beach art that he’d found – some pieces of rubbish that folk had found by the shore and turned into sculptures.

The next day I went out to try and find them myself, and it took quite a while… my eyesight is a bit rubbish and I’d been avoiding getting too near the group of sculptures because I thought they were a group of real people sitting relaxing!

beach art sculpture

I’m a total sucker for this kind of thing. I love street art and guerilla knitting, but I’d never seen a beach installation like this one before. I hope that if we’re ever lucky enough to go back to Turks and Caicos (or Turtles and Cakes, as DorkySon calls it!) this group will still be there, maybe even with some new members!

beach art debris sculpture

9 responses

    • I know – much as I love the UK, you just don’t get beaches like this! I’m off for a wee nosey at your blog now to see how you got on in Cuba. Bet that was amazing too! xx

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