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February 28, 2008

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Andrew Evans

Uh, the Japanese also sell a wine-flavored KitKat that's pink and revolting. Also glad to know that I spent my youth making art on beaches and now that stuff's now getting collected for galleries.

Lola Akinmade

I learn something new everyday. The variety of KitKat is quite something.

emily

The World Beach project is awesome, Marilyn! Reminds me of Andy Goldsworthy's nature art. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andy_Goldsworthy

Travelina

Thanks Andrew, Lola, and Emily for your comments. I love Andy Goldsworthy's work but hadn't thought of it until you mentioned him, Emily. Maybe that's why I like the World Beach Project so much. It lets you release your inner Andy Goldsworthy!

Anna Etmanska

Taking photos on public property in NYC is OK. For video cameras however, you may be required to have a permit, depending on location. Says she who shot many a short film on the streets of NYC...

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