Professional sand sculptors Ted Siebert, left, and Martin de Zoete, both with the Sand Sculpting Company, in front of the12-foot sand-sculpture they built on Bal Harbour Beach, Saturday, July 4, 2014, in Bal Harbour. The Independence Day-themed sculpture took five days and about 40 tons of sand to complete.
Professional sand sculptors Ted Siebert, left, and Martin de Zoete, both with the Sand Sculpting Company, in front of the12-foot sand-sculpture they built on Bal Harbour Beach, Saturday, July 4, 2014, in Bal Harbour. The Independence Day-themed sculpture took five days and about 40 tons of sand to complete. Daniel Bock For the Miami Herald
Professional sand sculptors Ted Siebert, left, and Martin de Zoete, both with the Sand Sculpting Company, in front of the12-foot sand-sculpture they built on Bal Harbour Beach, Saturday, July 4, 2014, in Bal Harbour. The Independence Day-themed sculpture took five days and about 40 tons of sand to complete. Daniel Bock For the Miami Herald

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