Workshop went GREAT here on the outskirts of Beijing.
I got my own personal guide to take me up to some watch towers along the great wall of china. away from the tourism. once in a lifetime experience perhaps? the forbidden city will have to wait til next time. my guide was just as excited as me about the balance. no language required.
interesting element here was the strong wind that blew through these windows every 20 minutes or so… in between was complete calm. so i adapted to the rhythm.
seeing the way this walls curls through the thick-forested mountainside makes me wonder… how they hell did they do this…!??!?
Kelsey Evans, Ty Wong
All products are made from 100% locally sourced ingredients!
Wow wow wow
The sites picked for the stone stacking are just beautiful. The photo’s are great! Just perfect! Bravo!
YES!!!! GREAT DESIGN!!! BAAAM IORANA GREAT COMPOSITION!!! Love the bricl good work
but how do you suspend laws of friction?
This photo is awesome!
What a cool opportunity.
Great Wall <3
” Michael the Great “
To answer your question, I think they would probably have wondered the same thing about your art…
You always adapted to the rhythm ;°)
how they hell did they do this…!??!?
how the hell did YOU do this? :D
I can’t tell you how beautiful your work is your deeply-woven words are so wonderful to read. Encore!
I like the way you adapted to the rhythm, and so it is with things in life
I can’t even balance myself
To answer your question, “how the hell did they do this?” – it’s simple – just like you, one rock at a time… ;-)
the forest regrew
I am addicted I cannot stop balance stuff I love this I wish I started earlier in life
Increíble lugar para equilibrar!
I think a new favorite… This is quite fascinating to look at
Ah – perhaps because you think of them as damn rocks. Ha – actually – I have tried it and find it hard to find the patience!
Perfect, in so many ways