Today we ventured along Seawall Boulevard in Galveston, TX. We stopped as we passed what seemed to be a mini beach-front Stonehenge. There is free parking along the street and we stopped across from Fort Crockett Seawall Park where there is a ramp to walk down to the rocky shore. There we saw what appears to be the latest fad...rock sculptures.
Visitors to the beach collect the small broken fragments of rock and balance them creatively into fantastic towers and rock formations. People leave messages scratched into the rocks and drawn on the sand. Even several roses were left with personal messages. We had fun traversing the piles of huge boulders and climbing amid the exhibits left by unknown artisans.
|Sky-view of the area.|