Lost in Clay

Spoiler Alert: I haven’t seen last night’s season finale for Lost, so if you spoil it for me, be prepared to be punched. No seriously, I’d be incredibly angry.

Non-blogging MyJewishLearning employee Danielle sent this to me and I think it is awesome. Three fans of Lost who live in Israel and have too much time on their hands went to the beach in Tel Aviv and recreated the set from Lost…with clay.

The results aren’t half bad either. I think the clay Hugo and John Locke are the best. Check them out here. There is an entire slide show worth. By the way, if you are watching Lost, and haven’t seen Season 5 yet, don’t click on the link. It could ruin things for you.

I think even more impressive is the job photographer Amit Herman did. Herman’s ability to make Tel Aviv look like the Hawaii beaches that are supposed to be a magical island, are perfect.

Once again, if you spoil the finale for me, may God have mercy on your soul.

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