This year, I've posted to Picasa a lot of photos from the event. Despite my attempts to crop them to suit, you can tell what a crowd it was by the number of people milling around them. (It was very hard to take pictures without people standing right against the sculpture. Many seemed to think the photos should be more about themselves than the art work - thus sullying forever their souvenirs of the art.)
Here's my photo album:
|2010 Sculptures by the sea|
It's not a full set of the exhibition - just the ones I felt motivated enough to capture. There's also a bonus photo this year: a whale was spouting in the distance.
Flake wins my prize for the most ingenious: a traffic light that had seemingly been ripped out of of its location, complete with trailing electric cables and an old bike leaning against it. Apart from that and the adaptable migrant (the camel above), my favourites were splash and anaconda (immediately above), both for their vibrant colours on a very bright day.