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Sand designs on the beach in Dana Point, California
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Nov 9, 2018 10:53:44   #
BrentHarder (a regular here)
 
water falls wrote:
Neat images!


THanks so much!

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Nov 9, 2018 10:55:53   #
BrentHarder (a regular here)
 
GreyOwl40 wrote:
Brent, Really interesting photos! The artist must have been a mathematician who loves spirals.


I did talk to the artist and asked if he did other designs besides circles. He showed me his cell photo with all kinds of other designs. I asked him how he gets the circles so parallel to each of the lines. What I got from him is basically "practice". I said to him "this isn't your first rodeo is it"!?!? He said "no"!

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Nov 9, 2018 11:04:27   #
BrentHarder (a regular here)
 
randave2001 wrote:
Very nice series here. What a great job this artist is doing here. Wonder how long it will last before it all washes away. Does he do this for fun or is he commissioned to do this?


Well randave2001, I didn't ask him if he did this for money. THe one I photographed I'm sure he did just for fun. As far as how long it will last, I asked him that and he said sometimes kids mess them up but most of the time it's the tide coming in that erases his artwork. While I was kayaking the tide was rising and when I got back to the beach, part of his artwork was being eliminated by Mother Nature. I showed these photos out of order but If you look at photo #5 you can see my kayak at the beginning of the artist's work with space between the circles and the waterline. In the first photo you can see that the tide has come in and part of his artwork had already started to be erased by Mother Nature.

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Nov 9, 2018 11:07:14   #
BrentHarder (a regular here)
 
Dannj wrote:
Two men
One stick
One rake
Mother Nature
+One camera
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Great Art


Dannj, I LOVE your response to this series of photos! Your response is exactly what I am hoping to inspire with all my UHH friends!
What do I mean by this? Simple: Thinking outside of the box and using your creativity! Thanks so much!

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Nov 9, 2018 11:10:54   #
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Nov 9, 2018 11:12:10   #
BrentHarder (a regular here)
 
jdub82 wrote:
Very cool, Brent! You got some excellent shots of this unique artistic display!


Thanks jdub82 for appreciating my creative talents in sharing the sand artist's talents!

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Nov 9, 2018 11:13:02   #
BrentHarder (a regular here)
 
AzPicLady wrote:
That's beautiful artwork, and you captured it nicely.


THanks so very much AzPicLady for your appreciation of the artwork and my photography of the artwork too!

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Nov 9, 2018 11:13:46   #
BrentHarder (a regular here)
 
StanMac wrote:
I am amazed at the precision of the figures at that scale the artist is able to maintain doing them with no mechanical assistance. I can barely draw a precise circle on paper with a drafting compass!,

Stan


Stan, the artist has had years of practice. I think that helps a lot! lol

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Nov 9, 2018 11:14:10   #
BrentHarder (a regular here)
 
CSand wrote:
How very interesting! And beautiful!


Thanks so much CSand.

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Nov 9, 2018 11:15:57   #
BrentHarder (a regular here)
 
philo wrote:
did you feel you had to ask his permission in order to take the photos?


No philo, I didn't feel I HAD to ask permission. I just did it out of courtesy and when I do that, I have never been turned down. He was in the public and legally, I think I could have taken the photos without his permission.

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Nov 9, 2018 11:16:55   #
BrentHarder (a regular here)
 
llindstrand wrote:
Fortunate indeed!! The pictures are wonderful and I am so glad you showed the artist making them.
Swede


Yeah Larry, showing the artist really helps tell the story and answers a lot of questions too!
Thanks for your comments Larry.

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Nov 9, 2018 11:17:37   #
BrentHarder (a regular here)
 
Uuglypher wrote:
Brent,
The artist’s art and your depictions thereof: Both astoundingly well accomplished!

Dave


Dave, I really appreciate your kind words, thanks so much!

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Nov 9, 2018 11:18:42   #
BrentHarder (a regular here)
 
vicksart wrote:
Very fun shots Brent; doodling in the extreme.


Thanks Vicki.........when are you and I going to shoot San Onofre again? I have a pass to get in free if you are interested!

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Nov 9, 2018 11:19:23   #
BrentHarder (a regular here)
 
bcal wrote:
so cool - seems like you would do something like this


Thanks bcal! I'm taking that as an extreme compliment! lol

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Nov 9, 2018 11:21:24   #
BrentHarder (a regular here)
 
jak86094 wrote:
Wonderful job Brent. Very nice photographs of truly remarkable sand designs. The thing that strikes me is that these beautiful designs are created "by hand"...just sticks and rakes and a very precise eye. You can be proud of your work, and if you have any contact with the artist, please extend our appreciation to him, too. Hope you're having a great week. jak


thanks so very much jak. I have been trying to contact the artist by looking up things online. So far I am striking out. I will keep trying. Thanks for the kind compliments.

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