For my final posts from Winterlude, we have Confederation Park at night, taken on various evenings during the festival. I am beginning with two takes on the sculpture Face, which I showed at the beginning of the series. A projector shone patterns of light onto the large canvas of a blank face. Onlookers could even have their own face, captured by a camera, projected onto the face itself, but the patterns caught my eye most.
Here we have more of the large outdoor sculptures.
As well as the smaller sculptures designed for photo ops. I think these sculptures look at their best in the night like this, with the lights highlighting them.
This is one of the blocks I showed you early on containing lost mittens.
This was another one, an evolving sculpture lit up. It started as a slab of ice, and anyone could come along and add frozen cubes of coloured ice to its surface.
Wow, these shots put the whole thing in a new perspective and they are beautiful! Nice shooting! And thanks for sharing all these fine sculptures!ReplyDelete
Stunning! The coloured lights give the sculptures something magical.ReplyDelete
So nice they lightened up the sculptures in the evening.ReplyDelete
Just beautiful. Magical!ReplyDelete
Amazing in the evening. I adore butterflies and this one is gorgeous.ReplyDelete
...lite the night.ReplyDelete
Wauu ... all looks wonderful in the night and in lights.ReplyDelete
@Lowell: it does.ReplyDelete
@Jan: I agree.
@Marianne: it makes it magical.
@Orvokki: it certainly does.
Wow! awesome night shots of such creative art sculptures ~ReplyDelete
Happy Week beginning,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
Wow, beautiful. Well worth braving the cold to see this at night.ReplyDelete
I've been waiting for the sculptures with lights. Well done.ReplyDelete
Oh wow! I've been looking forward to seeing the sculptures lit up at night William, how fantastic they look!ReplyDelete
Illuminations at night are thrilling, WilliamReplyDelete
This is happening near me - hope to take my camera!Delete
Oh William, these are some of my favorites. Simply splendid night shots!ReplyDelete
Que maravilha à noite tem outra beleza.ReplyDelete
Um abraço e bom Domingo.
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
Wow!! That galloping horse...ReplyDelete
Awesome! I have been wanting to see some night photos!ReplyDelete
@Carol: and more to come!ReplyDelete
@Sharon: I live fairly close by, so I have had the opportunity to visit during weeknights, when it's a lot less busy than weekend evenings.
@Red: ending my series with them all lit up is the best way to do it.
@Marleen: thank you!
@Grace: and still more to come.
@Cloudia: thanks for the link, I'll check it out!
@Jeanie: thank you!
@Sandi: yes, the night brings out the best in it.
@Jenn: I'll be wrapping up my Winterlude series later this week.
The lights at night make it all so wonderful, William!ReplyDelete
Awesome night illuminations! They are outstanding.ReplyDelete
that is so wild. neat-O!! very cool. love all the amazing colors. ( ;ReplyDelete
Beautiful. Certainly worth returning to at night. Sorry to see this end. Thanks for the "tour."ReplyDelete
These are especially beautiful at night!ReplyDelete
Wow, I would see these life !ReplyDelete
Beautiful night shots! You are so good with your camera. Thank you for letting us be a part of this amazing festival.ReplyDelete
Just amazing. I wouldn't even know how to adjust the setting to take these photos!!ReplyDelete
The sculptures look beautiful at day as well as at night.ReplyDelete
@RedPat: it does!ReplyDelete
@Beth: thank you.
@Kay: you're welcome.
@Nancy: they certainly are.
@Karl: I enjoy seeing them each year.
@Sallie: it's a pleasure to do so.
@Jennifer: I tend to set for night time settings. I sometimes forget to switch them back to normal settings!
@Klara: they do indeed.