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Large Meta Sand Statue of a Man Having Small Editions of Himself

Summer is most definitely here in the north hemisphere which indicates it's sand building year and professional artisan Carl Jara has already taken the gold medal for this seasons Hampton Seaside Expert Sand Sculpting Competitors with his mind-blowing development named Infinity. The larger meta framework, which took three days to finish, represents five similar versions of a man holding himself in the hand of his own hand.

While the biggest three-dimensional part of the beach set up is the guy's fingertips sneaking up from within the hills, we get a glance of the figure's contemplative experience as he gets to out again and again (and again) to expose small versions of himself until there's nowhere small to go other than grain of sand. You can examine out a time slip up movie of Jara building his amazing sand sculpture, below.

Carl Jara Infinity

Carl Jara Infinity Video

Source : Carl Jara website

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