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A brief visit with Michael Grab and his Gravity Glue

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Uploaded on Aug 18, 2011

While experimenting with my camera's time lapse features in a Boulder Colorado park, I found Michael Grab working hard at play in Boulder Creek. This short feature doesn't do his work justice but at least you can get an idea of what he does. He's amazing. It's a real joy to see him create these beautiful natural rock sculptures. Lots of people have watched him work. The Daily Camera ran a story about Mike the day after most of this video was shot.
Check out his web site at: http://gravityglue.com/
BTW: The tubers were the original reason I came to the creek to shoot. I included them in this piece because I thought their energetic antics in the back ground played well against the Zen of Mike's art work. So please take a deep breath, sit back, find your own balancing point and, as Mike might suggest, lean into your discomfort.

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