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A competitor creates their sculpture in the European Stone Stacking Championships 2019 in Dunbar, Scotland, on April 21, 2019. The European Stone Stacking Championships are Europe’s largest championships for all Stone Stacking and Rock Balancing artists and practitioners. Stackers compete in four competitions creating sculptures using stones and balancing them using only the force of gravity. The overall winner receives a trip to llano Earth Art Festival and World Stone Balancing competition 2020. / AFP / Andy Buchanan
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Laurence Winram from Edinburgh competes in the European Stone Stacking Championships 2019 in Dunbar, Scotland, on April 21, 2019. The European Stone Stacking Championships are Europe’s largest championships for all Stone Stacking and Rock Balancing artists and practitioners. Stackers compete in four competitions creating sculptures using stones and balancing them using only the force of gravity. The overall winner receives a trip to llano Earth Art Festival and World Stone Balancing competition 2020. / AFP / Andy Buchanan
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Philip Wachmann from Austria competes in the European Stone Stacking Championships 2019 in Dunbar, Scotland, on April 21, 2019. The European Stone Stacking Championships are Europe’s largest championships for all Stone Stacking and Rock Balancing artists and practitioners. Stackers compete in four competitions creating sculptures using stones and balancing them using only the force of gravity. The overall winner receives a trip to llano Earth Art Festival and World Stone Balancing competition 2020. / AFP / Andy Buchanan
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A picture shows a balanced sculpture built during the European Stone Stacking Championships 2019 in Dunbar, Scotland, on April 21, 2019. The European Stone Stacking Championships are Europe’s largest championships for all Stone Stacking and Rock Balancing artists and practitioners. Stackers compete in four competitions creating sculptures using stones and balancing them using only the force of gravity. The overall winner receives a trip to llano Earth Art Festival and World Stone Balancing competition 2020. / AFP / Andy Buchanan
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A competitor creates their sculpture in the European Stone Stacking Championships 2019 in Dunbar, Scotland, on April 21, 2019. The European Stone Stacking Championships are Europe’s largest championships for all Stone Stacking and Rock Balancing artists and practitioners. Stackers compete in four competitions creating sculptures using stones and balancing them using only the force of gravity. The overall winner receives a trip to llano Earth Art Festival and World Stone Balancing competition 2020. / AFP / Andy Buchanan
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A picture shows a balanced sculpture built during the European Stone Stacking Championships 2019 in Dunbar, Scotland, on April 21, 2019. The European Stone Stacking Championships are Europe’s largest championships for all Stone Stacking and Rock Balancing artists and practitioners. Stackers compete in four competitions creating sculptures using stones and balancing them using only the force of gravity. The overall winner receives a trip to llano Earth Art Festival and World Stone Balancing competition 2020. / AFP / Andy Buchanan
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A picture shows a balanced sculpture built during the European Stone Stacking Championships 2019 in Dunbar, Scotland, on April 21, 2019. The European Stone Stacking Championships are Europe’s largest championships for all Stone Stacking and Rock Balancing artists and practitioners. Stackers compete in four competitions creating sculptures using stones and balancing them using only the force of gravity. The overall winner receives a trip to llano Earth Art Festival and World Stone Balancing competition 2020. / AFP / Andy Buchanan
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A picture shows a balanced sculpture built during the European Stone Stacking Championships 2019 in Dunbar, Scotland, on April 21, 2019. The European Stone Stacking Championships are Europe’s largest championships for all Stone Stacking and Rock Balancing artists and practitioners. Stackers compete in four competitions creating sculptures using stones and balancing them using only the force of gravity. The overall winner receives a trip to llano Earth Art Festival and World Stone Balancing competition 2020. / AFP / Andy Buchanan
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Pedro Duran from Spain competes in the European Stone Stacking Championships 2019 in Dunbar, Scotland, on April 21, 2019. The European Stone Stacking Championships are Europe’s largest championships for all Stone Stacking and Rock Balancing artists and practitioners. Stackers compete in four competitions creating sculptures using stones and balancing them using only the force of gravity. The overall winner receives a trip to llano Earth Art Festival and World Stone Balancing competition 2020. / AFP / Andy Buchanan
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Laurence Winram from Edinburgh competes in the European Stone Stacking Championships 2019 in Dunbar, Scotland, on April 21, 2019. The European Stone Stacking Championships are Europe’s largest championships for all Stone Stacking and Rock Balancing artists and practitioners. Stackers compete in four competitions creating sculptures using stones and balancing them using only the force of gravity. The overall winner receives a trip to llano Earth Art Festival and World Stone Balancing competition 2020. / AFP / Andy Buchanan
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A picture shows a balanced sculpture built during the European Stone Stacking Championships 2019 in Dunbar, Scotland, on April 21, 2019. The European Stone Stacking Championships are Europe’s largest championships for all Stone Stacking and Rock Balancing artists and practitioners. Stackers compete in four competitions creating sculptures using stones and balancing them using only the force of gravity. The overall winner receives a trip to llano Earth Art Festival and World Stone Balancing competition 2020. / AFP / Andy Buchanan
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A picture shows a balanced sculpture built during the European Stone Stacking Championships 2019 in Dunbar, Scotland, on April 21, 2019. The European Stone Stacking Championships are Europe’s largest championships for all Stone Stacking and Rock Balancing artists and practitioners. Stackers compete in four competitions creating sculptures using stones and balancing them using only the force of gravity. The overall winner receives a trip to llano Earth Art Festival and World Stone Balancing competition 2020. / AFP / Andy Buchanan
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A competitor creates their sculpture in the European Stone Stacking Championships 2019 in Dunbar, Scotland, on April 21, 2019. The European Stone Stacking Championships are Europe’s largest championships for all Stone Stacking and Rock Balancing artists and practitioners. Stackers compete in four competitions creating sculptures using stones and balancing them using only the force of gravity. The overall winner receives a trip to llano Earth Art Festival and World Stone Balancing competition 2020. / AFP / Andy Buchanan
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A picture shows a balanced sculpture built during the European Stone Stacking Championships 2019 in Dunbar, Scotland, on April 21, 2019. The European Stone Stacking Championships are Europe’s largest championships for all Stone Stacking and Rock Balancing artists and practitioners. Stackers compete in four competitions creating sculptures using stones and balancing them using only the force of gravity. The overall winner receives a trip to llano Earth Art Festival and World Stone Balancing competition 2020. / AFP / Andy Buchanan
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Harry Maddox from Cornwall competes in the European Stone Stacking Championships 2019 in Dunbar, Scotland, on April 21, 2019. The European Stone Stacking Championships are Europe’s largest championships for all Stone Stacking and Rock Balancing artists and practitioners. Stackers compete in four competitions creating sculptures using stones and balancing them using only the force of gravity. The overall winner receives a trip to llano Earth Art Festival and World Stone Balancing competition 2020. / AFP / Andy Buchanan
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A person takes a photograph of stacks in the European Stone Stacking Championships 2019 in Dunbar, Scotland, on April 21, 2019. The European Stone Stacking Championships are Europe’s largest championships for all Stone Stacking and Rock Balancing artists and practitioners. Stackers compete in four competitions creating sculptures using stones and balancing them using only the force of gravity. The overall winner receives a trip to llano Earth Art Festival and World Stone Balancing competition 2020. / AFP / Andy Buchanan
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A picture shows a balanced sculpture built during the European Stone Stacking Championships 2019 in Dunbar, Scotland, on April 21, 2019. The European Stone Stacking Championships are Europe’s largest championships for all Stone Stacking and Rock Balancing artists and practitioners. Stackers compete in four competitions creating sculptures using stones and balancing them using only the force of gravity. The overall winner receives a trip to llano Earth Art Festival and World Stone Balancing competition 2020. / AFP / Andy Buchanan
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Pedro Duran from Spain competes in the European Stone Stacking Championships 2019 in Dunbar, Scotland, on April 21, 2019. The European Stone Stacking Championships are Europe’s largest championships for all Stone Stacking and Rock Balancing artists and practitioners. Stackers compete in four competitions creating sculptures using stones and balancing them using only the force of gravity. The overall winner receives a trip to llano Earth Art Festival and World Stone Balancing competition 2020. / AFP / Andy Buchanan
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Laurence Winram from Edinburgh competes in the European Stone Stacking Championships 2019 in Dunbar, Scotland, on April 21, 2019. The European Stone Stacking Championships are Europe’s largest championships for all Stone Stacking and Rock Balancing artists and practitioners. Stackers compete in four competitions creating sculptures using stones and balancing them using only the force of gravity. The overall winner receives a trip to llano Earth Art Festival and World Stone Balancing competition 2020. / AFP / Andy Buchanan
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A picture shows a balanced sculpture built during the European Stone Stacking Championships 2019 in Dunbar, Scotland, on April 21, 2019. The European Stone Stacking Championships are Europe’s largest championships for all Stone Stacking and Rock Balancing artists and practitioners. Stackers compete in four competitions creating sculptures using stones and balancing them using only the force of gravity. The overall winner receives a trip to llano Earth Art Festival and World Stone Balancing competition 2020. / AFP / Andy Buchanan
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A picture shows a balanced sculpture built during the European Stone Stacking Championships 2019 in Dunbar, Scotland, on April 21, 2019. The European Stone Stacking Championships are Europe’s largest championships for all Stone Stacking and Rock Balancing artists and practitioners. Stackers compete in four competitions creating sculptures using stones and balancing them using only the force of gravity. The overall winner receives a trip to llano Earth Art Festival and World Stone Balancing competition 2020. / AFP / Andy Buchanan
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Pedro Duran from Spain competes in the European Stone Stacking Championships 2019 in Dunbar, Scotland, on April 21, 2019. The European Stone Stacking Championships are Europe’s largest championships for all Stone Stacking and Rock Balancing artists and practitioners. Stackers compete in four competitions creating sculptures using stones and balancing them using only the force of gravity. The overall winner receives a trip to llano Earth Art Festival and World Stone Balancing competition 2020. / AFP / Andy Buchanan
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The European Stone Stacking Championships

The European Stone Stacking Championships are Europe’s largest championships for all Stone Stacking and Rock Balancing artists and practitioners. Stackers compete in four competitions creating sculptures using stones and balancing them using only the force of gravity.The overall winner receives a trip to llano Earth Art Festival and World Stone Balancing competition 2020.