Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
They are beautiful when lighted up. Great ice sculptures!
They look like shimmering pieces of cut glass!
The blue light suits the ice sculptures the best I think, a winning combination William 😊
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Ice sculptures can be difficult to photograph in daylight and I imagine it's a bit harder with the lights on them. That said, William, I enjoyed seeing these beautiful works in this post and the previous one.
wonder how sharp they are? love the colors. ( ;
Amazing to see, these all look so good.All the best Jan
@Nancy: they are!@Lowell: they do.@Marianne: indeed.@Grace: I agree.@Francisco: thank you.@Beatrice: thanks!@Beth: they'd be quite sharp.@Jan: they do.
Again , I like the light. These sculptures are more detailed than ever. Artists seem to challenge the ice more and more.
Enjoying your house of blue lights, William! You are such an important part of our blogging community. Thanks, man
Ice and light makes perfect match in your photos, William. Beautiful captures.
They look beautiful in the blue light!
The lights seem to highlight their fragility.
Gorgeous! I love the details and light!
@Red: they do some amazing work with these.@Cloudia: thank you!@Klara: I love showing them under the lights. I always take some time at some point during the festival to get to see them in the evening. I think the sculptures look their best this way.@Marleen: they do!@Sharon: I agree.@Jackie: indeed!@Linda: I do too.
Wow, the sculptures look so dreamy under the lights! So gorgeous!
Yes, they do shimmer and are very vibrant. Thanks for the advice on how to get rid of the photo shoot doldrums! Need a kickstart!
The peacock. Wow!
It's an incredible display!
They look very different from the earlier daytime shots you took. The color creates an almost surreal mood.
@Tamago: I love seeing them this way.@Kate: you're welcome! I'm planning on a visit to the National Gallery here this week, which will help me fill up a good part of April.@Tom: definitely!@Revrunner: it stands out!@Mari: that it is.@Kay: it does, yes.
Beautiful ice sculptures!
Okay, forget what I said about fragile in your next post. These (especially the last one) look VERY fragile.
Those are vibrant for sure!
Very much so.
They're all beautiful!