Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
Monday, March 11, 2019
A Finale For Winterlude
All good things must come to an end, and so it is with Winterlude for this year, though I do have some shots set aside in future theme days. For now, I give you one more look at the lit up ice sculptures. I hope you've enjoyed this extended series.
I guess all things must come to an end. Now you can look forward to the thaw and spring.ReplyDelete
You have lived a little fairytale...ReplyDelete
Now that you have taken a picture of all of them, they are allowed to melt ! :)ReplyDelete
Mais um belo conjunto de esculturas, aproveito para desejar uma boa semana.ReplyDelete
Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
O prazer dos livros
They are very, very beautiful!ReplyDelete
Gorgeous sculptures here and last post and yes William, I have enjoyed Winterlude very much, especially on some of the hot days we've had lately ✨ReplyDelete
Wow, fantastic :) These are great natural ingredients :)ReplyDelete
My only winterlude shots were at night. They're here if you want to travel back in time. :)ReplyDelete
It was nice to somehow take part to it!ReplyDelete
I've very much enjoyed all your Winterlude posts and photos:)ReplyDelete
Hello, they are beautiful ice sculptures. A lovely sight to see! Happy Monday, have a great day and new week ahead!ReplyDelete
Thank you for the beautiful photos of incredible works, William. Happy week to you!ReplyDelete
Awesome! Thanks for giving us fine tour.ReplyDelete
Such a beautiful series!ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful week!
It is wonderful to be able to see all the sculptures through your photos. Have a great day!ReplyDelete
They really are beautiful. It's strange to think they will disappear completely as they melt away.ReplyDelete
@Joan: we shall see how long the spring takes in coming.ReplyDelete
@Ella: thank you!
@Iris: that they are.
@Grace: thank you!
@Anvilcloud: I'll have a look today.
@Italiafinlandia: it was nice to show it all.
@Rosie: and I've enjoyed presenting it.
@Eileen: thank you.
@Barbara: you're welcome.
@Red: awesome indeed!
@Marie: I thought so!
@Lea: thank you!
@Sharon: and now they're gone.
"Cool" colors, too. :-)ReplyDelete
...does this mean that spring is right around the corner?ReplyDelete
Lighting gives them a new dimension.ReplyDelete
Fantastic Finale! Tweeted!ReplyDelete
A great series from the beginning to the end. Thanks for sharing this, William, I enjoyed viewing them.ReplyDelete
So intricate and such detail---thanks for sharings and good bye WinterludeReplyDelete
Super. Great attraction. Love to see ice sculptures. I do love ice art as snow art.ReplyDelete
Marvelous finale and great photos!ReplyDelete
Happy Day to you,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
@Tom: not yet!
@Fun60: it does.
@Mari: thank you.
@Bill: you're welcome.
@MB: at least until next year.
@RedPat: it was indeed.
@Aritha: me too.
Yes, I sure have enjoyed these delicate and temporary bits of art. Thank you so much for sharing them all. :-)ReplyDelete
This is always a great series. Thank you, William!ReplyDelete
A pleasure to do so.Delete
I have enjoyed Winterlude very much!ReplyDelete
I always do.Delete
I've really enjoyed these tours, William, it was a wonderful edition of Winterlude.ReplyDelete
so cool. wonder what they are planning for next year? ( ;ReplyDelete
Always something different.Delete
I guess, see u next year...ReplyDelete
Such a lovely series.ReplyDelete
They are so very beautiful :)
All the best Jan
That it is.Delete