Diary of a Rock Balancer :: Stone Balance Art created and photographed by Michael Grab — 29 February 2016 — South Island, New Zealand :: Cascade Creek Campsite.. playing in the forest behind my van :))
Love this one – I call it “butterfly wings” – in the eyes of the beholder – lol.-
Isn’t he amazing?!
I SIT ON THE SUNSHINE SAT
The ‘head’ rock has a beautiful face.
What a beautiful place.
So amazing. Nice
So you use extra hands to help stack?
I love your work, I find that absolutly fantastic.
j’essaye, j’essaye… mais pour l’instant je suis nulle !
I love this! The colors are lovely and your forest balances are some of my favorites!
There are awesome photos on this site. Can’t believe how they balance the rocks.
Yep was looking at the stones said to myself n z ,,,, hahaha then read comments , new it I cycled from Auckland, to queenstown last year , 2 750 miles
Shona Ayres how like
Awesome and amazing !
I am trying and trying
Jennie Thomas this reminds me of your beach creativity!
Wow! That is serious skill! I might need to get some more practice in!
Beautiful colors in these rocks!
You call it “gravity” and I call it “magic”!!!
Forest Ninja! ;)
Looks like chert..
I love everything about this piece. The colors, the beautiful surroundings, coming together to make this stunning photo!
early morning rock! B|
How long do they stay in place (approximately)? Does wind or rain or animals or just ground settling take them down pretty quickly? They sure are beautiful.
Leonardo Donar.. olho no durepoxi!
Is this you?
nope. i only use gravity. this photo is of something fastened together with tools of sorts.
Still pretty cool though~
you’re still pretty awesome. Keep that shit up!
Gravity Glue You actually use friction, but the terms are not important your works are very beautiful. I respect your vision of art which you produce only from the object itself.
Gravity Glue are you positive this one (above) used tools? Have you tried to do one like this?
you would at least need something to hold them together until the cornerstone is also inserted…
I’m interested to know how it is certain it uses tools. Could this be accomplished if multiple people worked together?
The above photo features Carl Perveral’s “The Gift” http://www.carlpeverall.com/Stone-Sculpture.html Your stuff is amazing Gravity Glue!
that is “photoshop”… or glue…
A little doll who is dancing ! :D
Love the colors here. Where was this done?
this was done in southern new zealand
Oh, well explains it!
Jesper Holm Jensen
Impressive! We have to do better (:
I love this one! You sure do have a way with gravity.
Yes, thank you!!