Diary of a Rock Balancer ::
Stone Balance Art created and photographed by Michael Grab – 22 April 2016 — Colorado, USA ::
Insert 2 days of flow energy into a spot on a full moon and…
Negotiating so many interconnected edges under so much weight, and making this happen in semi-raging water was no simple task (especially with the smaller rocks!).
Curveball in this context was a significant rise in water level from the previous day of experimentation. I could now feel the water flowing inside the larger rocks. As if it wasn’t enough of a challenge already.
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Anyway… one rock led to another and after a few variations, collapses, rocks lost & found, and persistent evolution, I decided to settle here… the asymmetry grew on me, and the light had me all quiet and happy
Meditation. Balance. Art.