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June 14, 2011


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Victor Wetherbee

The scallop is also a form that recalls ancient symbols of pilgrimage, Venus and the sea. Hambling thought that the sculpture is a means to converse with the sea. The important part of the concept is the centre of the sculpture where the sound of the waves and the winds are focused so anyone can hear the mysterious power of the sea, Hambling said. Well, I guess not all pylons have a number of wires over a long span. =)

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I was pleased to see a great British classic featured this month! Your site was mentioned on BBC Radio and I'm now a regular visitor. The site is linked on my blog and has attracted considerable interest.

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