After an early 7.30 start at the car boot and some serious rummaging, hunger sets in and I partake in something I have never had before a McDonalds coffee ( decaf) and blueberry muffin ……surprisingly very nice
Refreshed we drive down To Cottesloe beach to see the Sculptures by the sea, which began in 1997 and is held annually.
Plenty for the kids to see and interact with, all adults too.
Weird and wonderful sculptures that are for sale after the event
This award-winning sculpture was featured at the recent 2016 Sculptures by the Sea, Cottesloe – it features three components of a white, four faced goddess emerging from the ground created using thousands of photos of the Australian artist’s daughter, to represent a new breed of all-knowing humanity with foresight, hindsight, benevolence and power. This now stands on the border of a park in Melville on the way into Perth.
Well another lovely day out.