There is a form of creation, simple and variable, that I have encountered in different parts of the world and I particularly like. I am talking about the stone sculptures, common in some parts of the Balearic Islands, in Spain, and also present in some other places, such as certain spots in the Faroe Islands.

One of the best examples of this art form is found in the beautiful island of Menorca. Following the old path of Cami des Cavalls, on the way to Cala Pregonda, you will find the magnificent garden of stone sculptures that is portrayed on the images, created by all improvised artists who have chosen to contribute with their formations, leaving them at the mercy of time and whimsical balance, for self-expression and the enjoyment of others.

Garden of stone sculptures in Cami des Cavalls

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