Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
Love this, William! Yes, I see a figure skater!
I hear that organ music! http://grooveshark.com/s/Skaters+Waltz/3C0S3k?src=5ALOHA from HonoluluComfortSpiral <3
You must to lend us a good glasses to see very well the details , William. (just kidding) Tomás.
This one seems to be like art evolving. So lovely.
É difícil definir com exatidão mas pela postura corporal parece mesmo uma bailarinaUma imagem bem instigante e fabulosaTenha um ótimo diaAbraços
At the first look of the photo, I couldn't figure out what this sculpture was. But now I see! That's a very pretty ballerina (or figure skater!)
That's very delicate with that well hidden figure in the middle.
Great !A frozen Prima Ballerina :-)
This is quite a frozen show you've taken us to this past week.
I think it looks like someone being pulled up into the air as they hang on to an umbrella.Jane x
another neat one.
You have some readers with very creative imaginations. I can't top their comments. We're trying comments without moderation or CAPTCHA. Hoping it will increase comments and not SPAM. Thank you for your ever diligent efforts to comment.JanisGDP
Those sculptures really dress up the fountain!
You're right that this carving is different. Now the skater or dancer looks like a very detailed carving.
oh yes, i didn't see her at first!
@Linda: the carver who did this one really worked wonders.@Cloudia: I shall have to look that up.@Halcyon: I thought so.@Elaine: definitely.@Tomas: hah!@Gemma: quite true.@Gracita: thank you!@Tamago: and I hadn't noticed the umbrella until the second time I looked at the sculpture.@Jan: it is very fine work.@Karl: she's quite frozen indeed.@Birdman: it's been a pleasure to do so.@Audrey: thanks!@Luis: thank you.@Jane and Chris: I wondered how many people might see the umbrella!@Tex: thank you!@Janis: I find spammers tend to strike at posts more than two or three weeks old.@VP: thank y ou!@Judy: they certainly do.@Red: yes, much more detailed than yesterday's work, which happens to be in the pic too.@Tanya: it takes a bit of looking to see her.
There's a ballerina in there?
I clicked on the picture and it came up large. I can see it very clear it is. As you said.What talent.
It has to be a skater. A ballerina would have died of cold ;-) It's very pretty!
Wow! Someone really worked on this!And ballerina or skater....she's still lovely!
I had to zoom in and yes, lovely!
Or Mary Poppins lol .
A cold ballerina! ;-)
@Norma: she's there!@Carolann: a lot of talent.@Ciel: good point!@Cheryl: that she is.@Marleen: fortunately Blogger lets one expand the shot.@Country Gal: now that I hadn't thought of!@RedPat: very cold.
I see her, I see her.
Yes I found her! I actually like the setting she's in, the edges of the block of ice look really good.
She is so pretty and delicate! I have gone back and enlarged all of your pictures for the past few days so I could see the details. They are amazing!
She is probably dancing to Ode to the Ice.
I had to enlarge it to see the detail also, glad I did it was pretty.
@Whisk: she's there!@Geoff: it's creative edging. Even if the figure weren't in the center of it all, it would still look interesting.@Lois: thanks!@Mari: possibly.@Gill: thank you!
I see her! She looks very graceful.
Another piece of excellent art in ice.
I see a figure skater.
These are just beautiful. Someone is very talented.
Beautiful! There seems no end of talent at this event.
@Linda: she does.@Randy: it is!@Denise: I agree.@EG: as do I.@Terri: indeed.@Kay: true!