RE: Letting go -sand sculpture

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Couple weeks back I was carving out a face into the beach. Went in to grab another beer, planning to expand on my creation. Nicely sat back down. A woman walking a dog comes along. Dog destroys everything and doesn't even say sorry.



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I have the sneaking suspicion that dogs sense what you don't want them to do and then do that.

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Hi. Dogs can be the worst art critics. I have had several run-ins with them and cats, Even a fox has criticised one of my sculptures. I had an owner once let his dog come right over to my sculpture and piss on it. He stood there watching like it was great fun. I was very angry but not with the dog in this case.
For me, working with the elements, whatever they may be can add to the adventure.
I Would love to see some of your sand creations sometime.
Carving with a beer can be great fun although carving while stoned is not advised.

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I had a strong feeling bringing up pets would lead to hearing a few stories. I can picture it. I'd probably lose my mind and get arrested.

Technically dude, I'm just a grown ass man playing in the sand. What I do isn't anything extraordinary. I'd just describe it as a 3D painting on the ground, that I carved and sculpted. One thing unique about the lake I frequent is purple sand. There's probably about five solid colors I can gather from the space around me. So I just piss around. I did finally buy a decent camera awhile back. It's still in the box.

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