flint stone mandala 1

Flint is very typical for the area I live.

On every walk I found one or two of these small flint stone pipes. First there was one circle in my backgarden, then two, three...I completed it with some stones from the Normandy coast. (photo of photo)


  • escher is still alive 6y

  • Catharina Sonn Kaaren 6y

    beautiful how brown/rust interrupt here and there the scala of greys...!
  • streuwerk 6y

    Beautiful effect. With a lot of power.
  • escher is still alive 6y

    Jos, the Land Art Connections Group you are trying to add these photos to is a specific group which runs monthly themes. This months theme is "time" which must consist of two photos side by side showing the passage of time as a sculpture fades or is destroyed. You will find some recent examples in the group to see what I describe and long notes in the group describing the current theme. You are welcome to participate but you need to follow the theme, I don't think these pictures do.

    However I have another land art group that you could add these too.

    Hi, I'm an admin for a group called ~~ LAND ART ~~, and we'd love to have this added to the group!
  • blaukatze 6y

    Great work!
  • Chris 6y

    This is stunning.
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Taken on April 9, 2009
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