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What if you spent every day looking for One Beautiful Thing?

Waves of Glass Part II

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©Ben Young

©Ben Young

Remember glass artist Ben Young who I wrote about in July 2014 in my post “Waves of Glass?” Well, even though we’ve already talked about him, I needed to show you his latest pieces, which I find even more remarkable than his earlier works.

I really do need to fall into a bucket of money one of these days, just so I can buy pieces by the artists I feature (and maybe another house in which to display them!). Get a load of this!

©Ben Young

©Ben Young

©Ben Young

©Ben Young

©Ben Young

©Ben Young

©Ben Young

©Ben Young

©Ben Young

©Ben Young

©Ben Young

This one reminds me of one of the most striking scenes from “The Cell,” which I always thought was beautiful (and horrifying). Really need to rewatch that! ©Ben Young

©Ben Young

©Ben Young

©Ben Young

©Ben Young

©Ben Young

©Ben Young

©Ben Young

©Ben Young

©Ben Young

©Ben Young

©Ben Young

©Ben Young

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I have committed to spending part of every day looking for at least one beautiful thing, and sharing what I find with you lovelies!

23 thoughts on “Waves of Glass Part II

  1. Holy cow! I love them all. But the feather is my favorite I think

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  2. Totally agree with Lola. I was amazed by them all and then the feather…..wow.

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  3. Love his work! Thank you for sharing again.

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  4. How unusual. but beautiful especially that horse. 🙂

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  5. Incredible! I too need to find a pool of money or a money tree.

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  6. Beautiful indeed: the underwater world we never see and rarely imagine. I am so glad I saw these. Thank you again.

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  7. I was thinking in terms of “hie thee to a nunnery” … a coral reef would be so much nicer. I was rather frightened by what I saw of the nunneries in Avila. I tried not to listen to the talk in the bars!

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