Monday, March 9, 2020

Bidding Farewell To Winterlude

I conclude my Winterlude series for this year with the last two of the sculptures, shining under coloured lights at night.


I hope that you've enjoyed the series as much as I've enjoyed showing it to you.

35 comments:

  1. ...Winterlude has been great, but I'm looking forward to tulip time!

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  2. Oh my gosh, they really are stunning.

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  3. :-) I go with Tom! Both is beautiful.

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  4. @Tom: tulips will come.

    @David: eventually.

    @Whisk: thank you.

    @Francisco: thanks.

    @Iris: they are.

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  5. Goodbye winterlude it is time for spring now! Thank you for showing us around William!

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  6. Yes, I have enjoyed this series very much indeed. Thank you for sharing them. :-)

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  7. Let us hear it for winter beginning to give way to spring.

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  8. Thank you for another very enjoyable Winterlude in photos!

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  9. That last one is wonderful, William. I've enjoyed the series a lot.

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  10. You concluded with a bank. these are some very intricate carvings.

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  11. Wonderful serie to finish Winterlude with, William.
    The combination of the delicate sculptures and the coloured light is outstanding.

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  12. Such beautiful cold art! Well, maybe the ideas behind them are warm, but they are ice still.

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  13. They truly know how to make ice look like crystal!

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  14. Beautiful images. A proper farewell
    MB

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  15. What a wonderful series, William
    Thanks for taking us there.

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  16. Winterlude ice sculptures are intricate and creative.

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  17. So much movement captured in these ice sculptures.. I'm a bit sad it's the end of the series William :)

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  18. I have enjoyed this series and admired the skill of the ice sculptors.

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  19. The details of these sculptures are amazing.

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  20. @Tanya: you're welcome.

    @DJan: a pleasure to do so.

    @Anvilcloud: eventually!

    @Maywyn: thank you!

    @RedPat: thanks!

    @Red: thank you.

    @Jan: I agree.

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  21. @Barbara: indeed.

    @Sharon: definitely.

    @MB: thank you.

    @Bill: you're welcome.

    @Marie: that they are.

    @Grace: all good things end.

    @Fun60: me too.

    @Marleen: indeed.

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  22. Gorgeous photos ~ change the one constant of life.^_^

    Happy Moments to You,
    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  23. It's as if the wind were blowing straight through and past them.

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  24. Such delicate pieces of art! Delightful!

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  25. You've really maxed out the beauty of Winterlude and I can tell it has been fun to capture these beautiful images.

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  26. This has been great, William. Thank you for taking us along!
    And now I guess Winterlude just slowly melts as we wait for tulip time...

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  27. Its a pity to see these beautiful sculptures melt away but it is time to welcome spring.

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  28. They are all beautiful, and That one sprite with her hair blowing in the wind is incredible ...to be able to sculpt that sense of motion ... in ice ...is almost unbelievable. Wonderful night photography too William. This whole series...day and night ... has been fantastic,

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  29. @Carol: thank you!

    @Joanne: quite true.

    @Revrunner: it doesn't last.

    @Magiceye: thank you!

    @Jeanie: it has indeed.

    @Kay: tulips will come.

    @Nancy: it doesn't feel like spring yet.

    @Sallie: thanks!

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  30. The blue/green lights make the ice look even colder:)

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  31. I enjoy Winterlude through your photos!

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