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1,697 Paper Boats at Cottesloe Beach in Western Australia

For the ninth year in a row, Cottesloe Beach in Western Australia has been transformed into a haven of cool sculptures. These boats are part of last years exhibit. Each origami boat was folded by hand and dipped in wax. Each little boat even had drainage holes in case rain tried to sink them. The even is called Sculpture by the Sea and involves over 70 artists each year.


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