Today I have snow sculptures from around the Glebe, taken on various days. These first two shots are different angles of the same sculpture, which I showed you as a work in progress with two carvers working on it in my first post of the series.
This one was down the street at Lansdowne Park, done for the Winter Olympics.
This is the one I mentioned in my first post, caught on another day as work was being done on it. A tribute to the late Canadian musician Gord Downie, the sculpture was being finished by the family of the late Brian Clemence, the longtime Ottawa sculptor who died of a heart attack one day while heading home from working on this.
Up the street was another snow sculpture. Snow was falling on this day, adding onto the finished work.
Here we have another look at the Gord Downie sculpture some days later. You can't see the sculptors, but two of them were here while I was photographing.
And here we have it fully finished. Flowers and other tributes had been placed by it for Mr. Clemence.