Saturday, August 22, 2009

The Tree Sculpture in Biloxi

When Hurricane Katrina hit Biloxi, Mississippi four years ago, there were so many oak trees cut down by gigantic waves from the gulf coast. These trees were more than hundred years old and to preserved them, the city of Biloxi decided to make an art out of these trees. Check this: {HERE}
This tree is a new addition to the many art sculptures in Biloxi. You can see these arts along the US Highway 90.
This sculpture is not yet done. You can see this particular tree at the front of Hard Rock Casino in Biloxi-Mississippi.
In this area, you can also find the Hurricane Katrina Monument. You can click the link if you want to see the monument at the far end. See the person standing? That's where the link is.
This is so beautiful already even if its not finish.
Hoping you had fun viewing the pictures. Visit Biloxi, Mississippi, it is a nice place to unwind. Hotels and Casinos are everywhere.

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