Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
Fine and beautiful works of ice, of course.Tomás.
Oh does this have to be the last William :( This and last post have been the only cool thing here on a 40C Perth day!
This Perth, ON, is pretty cool today! We had -10 overnight, though!
It is magical in the evening.
It's a wonderful finale, William, I 've enjoyed your winterlude series again this year.
Beautiful ice carvings. You have kept the best for the last!
The expression, "bathed in light" comes to mind. Magical. Which was your favorite?JanisGDP
Ottawa has an amazing number of ice sculptures! Enjoyed your series.
Esculturas surpreendentes e belas!Uma ótima semanaAbraços
@Tomas: they are that.@Grace: well I still have wintery posts into April.@Marianne: it certainly is.@Jan: thanks!@Nancy: I planned it that way.@Janis: in this case, the mountain goats.@Furry Gnome: thank you!
The ice sculptures are so beautiful!
Just Wow! I love your tulip header...so nice to see it instead of the ice and snow.
Lots of great details in these sculptures. Too bad that they will just melt away
Wow, William, grand finale !
I like the mooses [moosi?]...and your header is a burst of SPRING!
I like the animal sculptures in ice.AND I like all the TULIPS on top of your blog:)
That last one is VERY impressive!
@Gracita: thank you!@Norma: they really are.@Linda: it'll still be awhile before we see the tulips.@Red: they are quite short lived.@Karl: thank you!@Cloudia: spring is eventually coming!@Gunn: thank you!@Sharon: I agree.
These are so pretty, even more so with the light!
Wow the lighting is a nice touch. My first thought was would that generate heat?
That last sculpture is impressive!
so amazing!! can't believe how quickly the weekend flew by. have a great week! ( :
Really a 'gran finale', bravo!
It has been an amazing tour!
Has it been that long? Really? Love the mountain goats!
@Halcyon: they certainly are.@Janey: heat's not an issue. Placement of the lights is essential- a lot of them are above, as you can see in these shots, but also in front or especially behind the sculptures, and rotating so that the colours change gradually.@Marleen: I really liked how that last one looked lit up. It was one of my favourite sculptures this year.@Beth: thank you!@VP: it was a good way to wrap up.@RedPat: it certainly has!@Ciel: I tend to start a series and it can go on for awhile!
The grand finale of a very impressive show. Awesome photos William!
Yes! Mountain goats! It's been wonderful to enjoy this event with you again. Thank you for taking us along with you.
I certainly have enjoyed this series. I think these last photos with the lights are some of my favorites.
Just beautiful! Thanks!
Incredible! I have enjoyed this series of ice sculptures very much. Thank you!
These are all quite magnificent, but the last one takes my breath away! Thanks for sharing, William!
@Bill: thanks!@Kay: you're welcome!@Lois: thank you!@Mari: it has been a pleasure showing this series.@Denise: you're welcome.@Lowell: thank you!
Interesting lighting! Thanks for sharing Winterlude.
I've enjoyed these beautiful sculptures! A shame they can't be around all year!
That they are.