There were many mornings in Vancouver when I’d take a relaxing walk along the Sea Wall to get some fresh air and enjoy the beautiful views. After a while I became accustomed to keeping an eye out for stone art that would literally appear overnight.
Rocks would be balanced in seemingly impossible ways and piles of boulders and pebbles formed eye-catching stone statues. Sometimes faces could be seen chalked onto the rocks – in such a subdued way that you’d feel inclined to get a closer look to ensure your eyes weren’t deceiving you. Vancouver even has its own version of Stonehenge that can be found on the Sea Wall at Yaletown.
See if you can spot where the faces are in this picture…
Another location where there were some interesting artistic sights to see among the rocks was the waterfront in Victoria, Vancouver Island.
Have you ever seen any stone art like this in Vancouver? Do you like seeing this type of art?