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Updated: October 18, 2018 @ 1:34 pm
The team who constructed "Bicalo Spoleto," winner of the Most Creative prize for adults, are putting finishing touches on their sculpture of a razor shaving a stubbly face.
Josh Embler, 28, shoveling sand onto the sand castle "On Stranger Tides" in the high noon heat.
Ashton Loring, 6, of Charleston, Lindy Garrett, 10, of Isle of Palms, and Emily Loring, 9, also of Charleston put flower petals they picked the night before the competion on their sand cupcake.
Mark Embler, 53, shoveling drenched sand by the armload onto the site where "On Stranger Tides" will be built.
Josh, 28, and Mark Embler, 53, digging away at "On Stranger Tides," their drip castle phenomenon.
Ahston, 6 and Emily Loring, 9, of Charleston worked with Carter Durst, 7, of Mr. Pleasant on "Cherry Cake," a cupcake made of sand and flowers.
The winning team of the Spoleto Sand Sclupting Competition recreated the Mona Lisa in the sand, picture frame and all. Sharon Craig, 38, Greg Jackson, 35 and Janet Jackson, 36 collect their trophy.
Bicalo Spoleto won the first place honor for "Most Creative" at the Spoleto Sand Sculpting Competition. Here Greg Smith of Columbia, South Carolina, gets to work on his sculpture.
Spectators look at "Save Our Oceans," the sand sculpture which won the first prize for the children's category.
Trophies for the Piccolo Spoleto Sand Sculpting Competition.
Sharon Craig, 38, Janet, 36, and Greg Jackson, 35, in the initial stages of creating the "Mona Lisa" in sand which earned the highest accolade of the day, Best in Show.
Save our Oceans sculptors took third place in the Kid's Competition.