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Piece of Old Brick Wall From Beach


onetreewoodworks said...

Wow, how beautiful it's surprising that the mortar and the brick tumbled down at the same rate.

R.Mason said...

That must have been one good mortar mix. This would look great on the mantle piece.

Julie said...

I thought it was a post about some artisan bread when I saw the pic.

Anonymous said...

Julie, I too thought it was some artisan bread. had to read the title twice to convince myself.

and R.Mason, I too would love this on a mantle.

pranaglider said...

Nature bats last

John said...

I used to find sea worn bricks like this on the isle of Anglesey, though none with the mortar intact.

JB Green said...

Love this - thanks for sharing. Here in Puget Sound (Salish Sea if you prefer!) I often see brick pieces on the beach, but I've never seen the mortor survive like this. Great find.

shiningrobes said...

that is awesome. when i was in art school (CCAC) we went on a field trip somewhere along hwy 1 in SF just south of Lands End i think. the point of the trip was to look at the San Andreas fault which was visible from the beach looking inland. what was far more interesting however was the rubble from what had once been a roadway running along the coast. huge chunks of masonry had crumbled and fallen onto the beach and had been rolling in the surf for 100 years. there were massive car-sized boulders of red brick and mortar scattered around. basically just gigantic versions of the chunk in the above photo. possibly one of the coolest things i've seen. very Rene Magritte.

Anonymous said...

I thought your brick was a mighty nice artwork, check this out. pretty fine too.


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