There is a stage set up in the park for music performances during Winterlude. This grand piano, carved out of ice, is beside the stage.
This is one of the smaller ice sculptures set up through the park, perfect for posing with. In this case it's a beaver.
This large sculpture was commissioned by the European Union to mark 40 years of having a presence in Canada. This is the sculpture I showed the other day in the first post; the carvers were just starting to work on it at the time.
This sculpture was done for the Canadian Museum of Nature, depicting a beetle. The Museum is doing an exhibit at the moment on bugs; it's about time I stop in there and show you inside the place.
This large wall is from Parks Canada, containing images within the ice. They originate from various locations in Canada's Far North and the national parks up there.
Finally, this one was one I showed you being worked on in my first post. It was done to mark the centennial this year of the founding of the National Research Council. You might remember my post about one of the NRC's buildings here in the city. I'll be showing this sculpture again under different circumstances before we're through.