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    I was at the jersey shore for a couple of days

    went to look at some sand sculpting.

    pretty amazing stuff. Incredible talent, all of these people are artists.
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    Very impressive!

    I assume the sculptures are situated well above the high tide line?

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    That stuff isn't easy. It's so temporary...almost sad!
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    What talent! Beautiful!
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    Very cool Allen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kerry Burton View Post
    Very impressive!

    I assume the sculptures are situated well above the high tide line?
    Id say 75-100 yards from the water. I don't know how they survived the heavy thunderstorms the night before, the sand must be mixed with something

    I didn't know anyone that got caught in my camera shot.
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    Cool, wonder if they have a polymer in that sand to help it stick together.
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    They just had a sand sculpture contest here last week. The news said that they mix "a little" Elmers white glue with the sand.
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    Those are so cool. I use to watch an artist dothem in Asbury when i lived there in the mid 70's. Cool pics Allen
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    I'll just echo the others...that's amazing work.
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