This is another unusual sculpture which is part of the world’s largest open air art museum of Jeddah. This sculpture is at home on Jeddah’s Corniche, which runs along the coast of the Red Sea. According to the book Jeddah: City of Art, this piece is made of local stone and designed by artist Pietro Cascella, this photo of this abstract work of art symbolizing the Islamic crescent moon was especially exciting for me as I managed to capture the lovely sky backdrop with the moon prominently displayed.
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Huh…I acutally like this one!
Interesting sculpture…great capture of the moon!
You’re showing us some great sculptures this week! Bravo! Encore!
Happy Halloween! Do any of the ex-pats celebrate it in Jeddah?