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    Sand Sculptors Celebrate Transient Arti
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    August 29, 2013 8:41 PM
    Sculptures made of sand are transient, here today and gone tomorrow, subject to the whims of wind and waves. Yet each year, artists spend hours creating elaborate sand sculptures in a summertime competition. Mike O'Sullivan reports from Long Beach, California.

    Sand Sculptors Celebrate Transient Art

    Published August 29, 2013

    Sculptures made of sand are transient, here today and gone tomorrow, subject to the whims of wind and waves. Yet each year, artists spend hours creating elaborate sand sculptures in a summertime competition. Mike O'Sullivan reports from Long Beach, California.


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