Darwin in Bradford. 120 tonnes of Sand in Centenary Square, Bradford, August 2009
Darwin Dame. Security stands guard over the sand sculpture.
Spying Species. The (sand) eye of Charles Darwin spies out over the many species in Centenary Square, Bradford
Bradford Descent of Sand. Charles Darwin stayed at Ilkey and spotted some walkers on the Cow and Calf. He asked if they were Monkeys, and when told they were people from Bradford, he had a Eureka moment. "They are the same" Darwin said, and with that observation he went back and penned 'The Descent of Man'.
Monkeys to Men. 'The Descent of Man' by Charles Darwin contradicted the Biblical Creationist theories and stated that men came from Monkeys. Not sure where women came from.
Sand Hand. Created by sand sculptor Jamie Wardley of Garden Magic to celebrate the 150th Anniversary of Charles Darwin's 'The Origin of Species'