Artist Jason de Caires Taylor submerges life-size sculptures made of cement into the waters surrounding South America. As time passes, the installation morphs into an artificial reef, facial expressions slowly overcome by living masks.
"My rose is wilting," Diana murmured. She looked fearfully over the dark horizon; the days were darker than she'd ever daringly imagined. "I fear its death is close at hand now. And if it does die, it will prove that not all things can last forever.