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Currumbin Swell Sculptures on the beach 2011
Australia

The Swell Sculpture festival is an annual event in October. Many large scupltures are exhibited along the coastline and beach at Currumbin.

This panorama shows four sculptures with some others visible in the background if you zoom in.

The one near the coast depicts a dead dolphin tangled in nets. It is titled "Who cares" by Steve Bristow, and emerging artist.

This is part of the annual Swell Sculpture festival held in September (spring).

Copyright: Rich powell
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Uploaded: 10/02/2012
Updated: 22/10/2012
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