I’ve bin ogling at images of this location for many many months. so i decided to make it reality. had no idea what the trek would involve. no idea about the wind patterns. not much clue about the terrain i needed to traverse to reach the spot… wasn’t sure about the logistics of all local accommodations being sold-out while compensating the extra distances via buses and walking (but did so anyway with all my luggage in tow before even checking into a far off hostel). today i practiced the art of yes-saying instead, despite the logical hurdles. wasn’t even expecting to build anything due to so many unknowns. then poof!!! once i found the rocks i knew existed, it felt like i met old friends. LOADS OF THEM! and such a quiet peaceful place. polar opposite of central London. i spent about an hour here, and made this simple trio… now i’m stuck here for 2 weeks. already got all the local buses and directions problem-solved. and it feels a little bit like home, for now. tomorrow’s mission: spend all day on this beach and observe the tide levels.
Love this picture
Seems to be missing a few toes there!!! lol Nice
How long did this take for you to learn and do this?
I so love this.
Very inspiring quote! I love to see your artistic rock balance. You have been able to prove things that was considered as impossible but you made it possible. You have been able to harness unseen power of the nature and exhibited infront of us. Feels very happy and good to see your Great work.
I Have heard this beautiful sentence from Grace Hopper : The Youthful Teacher of Us All” by Henry S. Tropp in Abacus Vol. 2, Issue 1 (Fall 1984) ISSN 0724-6722 – A ship in port is safe; but that is not what ships are built for. Sail out to sea and do new things.
This arrangement has a similar feel as a Miro… There’s such peaceful, longing beauty about it. Thank you for sharing!!!
You are some kind of super human, I’m sure of it.
Try Nanjizal beach and Cott valley and if you wish it would be easy for you to stay a few days here on Lizard (spare room) and try some serpentine rocks at Kennack sands or Kynance cove…
Soooo rocking awesome!!!!
you´re defying gravity again, ;-)
Читайте Библию друзья.!!
Joshua Lewis Rehan Oonwalla
Persian ships sail only seas.
Another thanks from Australia. It seems you have fans world wide who appreciate your time, effort and spirit. Your art brings peaceful tension and balance to us….
yes we will for sure….
Love how this affects my mind!! ⭐️⭐️⭐️
Michael ….you’re in the sanctuary of Erno Veen !!which it is now on the cover Master Balance.
To the left there should be granite gorges very interesting …
Yes I know, we’ve bin corresponding a bit as I’ve bin researching the area :)
Ok you do beautiful things … be inspired each other and leave it to the stones …. They will come true magic !!!! Good job.
…. If you feel I have observed from here
Beautiful. Thank You. Shared. <3
But it was worth it.
Awesome mate.. that’s some skills there.
Btw, that quote is well.. wrong and also wrongly attributed..
“A ship is safe in harbour, but that’s not what ships are built for.”
– William G.T. Shedd
Fills my heart with wonder. Mahalo.
Nice balance and photo. If you ever come to the magical land of Australia lemme know and I’ll help out with accomadation and travel
You’re so cool…thanks.
Wow!!! That’s awesome! Joan Podolak
Josh Murray Sean Hammond
You would be in heaven at Wilsons Prominatory here in Australia Michael. Granite eggs of all sizes in coulours to make your heart sing. I’ll dig out a photo for you.
Essa arte me fascina.
Just.so.very.beautiful. I have tried my hand at this and it’s truly difficult to balance the pieces. Much respect and awe for your art and talent.
It’s a real pleasure to read your stories each time !! Good luck to the country’s Fish & Chips ^^ And congratulations for this well-rounded triptych !!
It’s been said and it will be said again and again and will ALWAYS be true … Dude YOU Rock!!!
This is stunning, Michael.
como lo haceeeeeeee????/ comoooo???
Another amazing artwork!!!!
The three look like they are conversing.
it is so beautiful thanks
I’m rarely jealous of anyone, but I can’t stop being jealous of your skills and travels. Thank you very much for sharing them!!
U r mindboggleing
How about this one, Sofie Podolak?!
so where are you?
this is near the southwest tip of the UK. just a huge mess of beautifully rounded granite boulders
You must be in Cornwall then, there’s lots of nice beaches and cave around that area.
I thought I recognised those rocks (the ones in the sea!) :-)
Those are ‘The Brisons’ at Priest’s Cove!! completely understand that you were captivated by this part of Cornwall! I’m living there now and it is raw and wild (autumn/winter). Have you visited the next cove with the dinosaur stones, Porth Nanven?
Next time you’re over to this part of the world, and if you want to, I’m happy to guide you to Nanjizal Beach (well kept secret beauty spot). would make a wonderful mystical spot for your work/photos.