Top 35+ Amazing Sand Sculptures Of The World
Published July 27, 2010 in Shevaa in Inspiration
Sand Sculptures are beautiful sources for creativity and inspiration. Today we present the 35+ amazing and unbelievable sand sculptures of the world. So check it out.
Detailed Aztec pyramid.
This huge triceratops is amazingly textured.
Stunning sculpture depicting the Crusades.
The elegant Cleopatra with two cheetahs.
Commission for the Democratic debates featuring Obama’s likeness.
Stunning sandcastle in epic proportions.
Batman and Spiderman make an appearance at a surf expo.
Sculpture of a wizard.
mermaid and dolphins playing.
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