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June 30, 2007

Grenada's underwater sculpture garden

photo of the underwater sculpture garden

Here's a little bit of beauty for your weekend. Sculptor Jason Taylor has created a sculpture garden in Grenada, entirely under water. Taylor's works sit in about 20 feet of water, where they are slowly... slowly... being changed by the sea. Taylor's website has photos and videos of the sculpture, as well as the precise location in case you want to visit.

(Thanks pixelsumo)

Posted by Chris Spurgeon at June 30, 2007 10:41 PM

Comments

This does kick serious ass. I saw this online a few weeks ago and started making plans to go to Grenada. I am so blown away by this.

Posted by: Sue at July 1, 2007 03:16 AM