Picking up where I left off yesterday, here are more of the smaller ice sculptures that were along Bank Street outside businesses and restaurants.
Down in the Byward Market, aside from the ice sculptures, there was an unusual installation set up nearby during Winterlude. These light poles had shifting colours, and were activated by a windchime set up at the heart of the space. Knock around the windchimes and the colours would get to dancing about. I'll be using an additional shot from this visit for that Purple theme later in the year.
On another day during Winterlude, I photographed the snow sculpture of Joseph Montferrand close to the ice sculptures. The sculpture was standing outside the Chateau Lafayette pub, and depicts the legendary 19th century Ottawa Valley lumberman.
And for today I finish with this view of the Rideau Canal looking north from the Mackenzie King Bridge with the familiar landmarks. As of the moment, the Canal skateway remains open to skaters. Tomorrow I'll start to take you along for a walk I made along the Canal during Winterlude.