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Awesome idea for the trolls. Both kids love to collect rocks.. so we will have to do this the next time we visit the river. =)

Christ of the Abyss is a 8 1/2 foot, 4000 pound bronze sculpture of Jesus that stands in 25 feet of water off of Key Largo, Florida. It is located near Dry Rocks, about six miles east-northeast of the Key Largo Cut, in the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park. Christ of the Abyss is one of the most famous and popular underwater sites in the only underwater park in the world.

Christ of the Abyss is a 8 1/2 foot, 4000 pound bronze sculpture of Jesus that stands in 25 feet of water off of Key Largo, Florida. It is located near Dry Rocks, about six miles east-northeast of the Key Largo Cut, in the John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park. Christ of the Abyss is one of the most famous and popular underwater sites in the only underwater park in the world.

Clay Birds- I love the mixed media aspect.  Could do a lot of different things with this idea.

Clay Birds- I love the mixed media aspect. Could do a lot of different things with this idea.

I actually saw this... Its way more incredible in person. This takes serious talent and patience to do this.

I actually saw this... Its way more incredible in person. This takes serious talent and patience to do this.

Recycled+Yard+Art+Ideas | Huge, Powerful Art Made from Scrap Metal | Earth911.com

Huge, Powerful Art Made from Scrap Metal

Recycled+Yard+Art+Ideas | Huge, Powerful Art Made from Scrap Metal | Earth911.com

La Mano del Desierto, meaning “Hand of the Desert,” is a giant hand merging out of the ground in the Atacama Desert in Chile.  This stone hand is about 36 feet tall and has a base made of iron and cement.  The Atacama Desert is the driest desert in the world (bet you didn’t know that!).  The sculpture was finished in 1992 by the Chilean artist Mario Irarrazabal, which was meant to symbolize the emphasis on human vulnerability and helplessness.

La Mano del Desierto, meaning “Hand of the Desert,” is a giant hand merging out of the ground in the Atacama Desert in Chile. This stone hand is about 36 feet tall and has a base made of iron and cement. The Atacama Desert is the driest desert in the world (bet you didn’t know that!). The sculpture was finished in 1992 by the Chilean artist Mario Irarrazabal, which was meant to symbolize the emphasis on human vulnerability and helplessness.

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