Traditionally in this particular part of Confederation Park, the largest of the ice sculptures is placed. Such is the case this year, and you've seen it in my first post. This being an Olympics year, the sculpture incorporates the two South Korean mascots, Soohorang and Bandabi, into the ice.
Here is another one of the smaller sculptures, with the bear's lap providing a seat for anyone who wants to pose. These are particularly well lit at night, which I'll show you down the line.
This is an art installation- lost mittens, encased in ice. These blocks were just being placed as I went through.
This has been set up for photo ops here as well. With the Olympics on, people can pose on a medal platform. Nearby, the South Korean embassy has put up a display on the Olympics, with the mascots around regularly. The CBC has television screens in here as well with the Games being broadcast.
The European Union commissioned this set of sculptures marking our relationship and the fight against climate change.