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On February 28, 2001, a magnitude 6.8 earthquake, located some thirty miles (48 km) below the surface of the Earth moved the ground for a bit more than half a minute. Damage was surprisingly light on account of the epicenter’s depth. A sand tracing pendulum located at a shop in Port Townsend, Washington, called Mind Over Matter (since moved to Sedona, Arizona), produced some very interesting patterns.
A lot of people typically don't associate earthquakes with art. Understandable. But I think this just goes to how something so powerful can also make something so beautiful at the same time. It's the juxtaposition of it all.