Stone stacking takes a lot of patience but Wayne 'Crow' McMartin has all the time in the world and the rocks almost balance themselves.
Crow, as he'd prefer to be known, has been on the road for around ten months after leaving famous black opal mining town Lightning Ridge in north western NSW.
As part of a spiritual journey his short-lived stone sculptures now line the pathways of Dunbogan next to the Camden Haven Inlet.
"Although I live in my car I'm not really homeless, I'm just on a big life journey. I know I'm different and people know I'm different," he said.
"For years I was chasing hollow dreams and just hitting the wall, metaphorically headbutting every rock I found.
"I was one of the people who needed to start looking inward and I'd had enough of the rigid, controlling society we currently live in.
"I started on the journey and began stacking rocks because of the joy of doing it and seeing the ways that they fit together. I began to grow, take in that knowledge and spread positive thoughts.
"I now feel blessed everyday to walk on the world. I'm different to a lot of people but I'm happy, chill and blessed. I'm not rich, I live in a car but I feel enlightened and blessed."
The stone statues are short-lived, enjoyable for the public and designed to spread positive feelings, according to Crow.
Crow said he began the journey ten months ago after a marriage proposal fell apart and he had a mid-life crisis.
"I had a bit of a spiritual awakening, I'm still learning a lot and going through it. I realised that only you can only bring the light to your life and when someone comes to you with hate, you should give them love," he said.
"I want a world where everyone can be happy and I think I'll find someone eventually who wants to build something with me.
"I want to live and not live with fear of life. I'm not out there to have more than I need and the people in Dunbogan have been kind and caring by letting me do what I do."
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