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Photos: NE Sand Sculpting Festival 2009

New England Sand Sculpture Festival 2009 at Revere Beach
By PHOENIX STAFF  |  July 20, 2009

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Artist: Justin Gordon

"It's a Small World" | New England Sand Sculpting Festival 2009 | Revere Beach

Photos by Lisa Spinelli

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