Sand sculptures resembles a miniature building or human often a castle. The two basic building ingredients, sand and water, are available in abundance on a sandy beach, so most sand play takes place there. Tidal beaches generally have sand that limits height and structure because of the shape of the sand grains. Good sand sculpture sand is somewhat dirty, having silt and clay that helps lock the irregular shaped sand grains together.
Women’s Day has posted collection of 10 awesome sand sculptures of human face. Showcasing everything from agony to exhilaration, these are the 10 sand-crafted expressions that masterfully exemplify real human emotions.
Awe via Flickr
Agony by Bert Adams/Sand in the City® via portofbellingham.com
Despair by Antalya Kum Sehri 2007/Sand City photo by Panoramio.com
Purposeful by Carl Jara photo by Flickr
Perturbed by Ludo and Anique from the Netherlands photo by HS
Skeptical by Pat Harsch, Dan Belcher and Mark Mason photo by TST
Contemplative by Lucinda “Sandy Feet” Wieranga photo by Sandy Feet
Watchful by Calixto Molina photo by RTL
Wonderment by Lommel Zandsculpturen Wereldwonderzand 2005 photo by Flickr
Determined by Steve Topazio via HamptonBeach.org