Sunday, July 5, 2015

Golf balls on the beach

At one point on that recent 'Tour of Old Stones' organized by Margot Miller last May, we took a much needed 'rest day' in Dorhoch, on the east coast of Scotland.  

I spent most of the day on the beach with my good friends Linda and Fred. We goofed around balancing stones and making all sorts of whimsical creations with objects we found there like shells, seaweed, driftwood and yes even golf balls. 

Finding the one lone golf ball in the sand gave us the idea to gather all the roundest golfball-like stones we could find to form this undulating stone necklace.  

Looking back now it seemed like the outing was a kind of practice session for an event that I hope to be leading this July on the west beach of Port Hope.   Here is the link with details concerning that workshop.

What Would Andy Do? Temporary Installations Workshop

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