I headed up to Parliament Hill late one afternoon for some sunset shots during Winterlude. On my way to my destination I paused to photograph the ice rink on the hill that had been here from December through the beginning of March. It was busy at the time.
Winterlude included another site that I had been neglectful of during the festival. The Sparks Street pedestrian mall had some ice sculptures along its path, such as this tractor in ice.
Up the street were ice sculptures that were more interactive, such as rotating these blocks of ice to play tic tac toe.
There was even a game involving throwing hoops onto ice sculptures.
Back to Confederation Park, however, to begin the last posts in this series. I photographed that sculpture of the harness racer several times, including at night.
These were sculptures carved after the first weekend, and designed with posing for pictures in mind.
On each of the weekends, new one block carvings were done for the public to come watch as they were in progress. This was one of them. I have more of this to come.