Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
...Winterlude seems to have covered all the bases when it comes to the featured sculpture, what a great show.
Very pretty sculptures!
Wonderful sculptures!I also like the stained glass behind the sculptures.
Hello, the sculptures do look pretty with the colors and lights at night. Have a happy day, great weekend!
Everything looks lovely in the evening!
@Tom: true.@Marianne: that they are.@Ella: so do I.@Eileen: thanks.@Klara: it does.
These are great. Thanks for all the photos. :-)
Really well done. I can't manage to focus properly these days. Good work.
I am thinking these works of art will soon be replaced with colorful tulips.
The colored lights look nice but it is harder to see the details in the pieces. Some of those smaller pieces are quite complicated.
the last ice sculpture is an amazing piece of work. Enlarge it to see detail.
The colored light gives the sculptures an extra dimension.
The sculptures look amazing all lit up.
It's clever what they can do with coloured lights these days, very pretty.
Some very creative pieces here.
Gorgeous colors and night shots ^_^Happy Moments to You,A ShutterBug Explores,aka (A Creative Harbor)
Esculturas espectaculares.Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.Andarilhar Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa Livros-Autografados
lovely as they are, all i can think is: SPRING comes to Ottawa soon!
The colors add a magical effect. Tweeted.
@DJan: you're welcome.@Jennifer: thank you.@Janey: it'll still be awhile.@RedPat: they can be.@Red: thanks!@Karen: indeed.@John: that's true.@Sharon: definitely.@Carol: thank you.@Francisco: thanks.@Cloudia: eventually.@Mari: thanks.@Maywyn: indeed.
I couldn't help think of the lyrics Purple Rain, purple rain.
I like seeing the stained glass through these sculptures.
Now We Are Talking - Would Be Fantastic To See Some Longer Exposures Shots - Still, Pretty CoolCheers
The dinosaur made me smile.I wonder how many ice wonders have been made over the years that we won't get to see because...well...they melt. Who could play the harp? Maybe that superhero guy who shoots ice out of his hands.
We've seen so much, I can no longer pick a favorite.
Amazing work, all of it!
Great selection of works. And as appealing as the bench is I still think I'd rather find a warm spot, inside, with something warm to sip.
Dear William, last night, I sent to comments but my Internet wouldn't play ball. I am sending a third (apologies if my other two come up) I scrolled slowly down and devoured these sculptures with my eyes. I don't get to see anything as fragile in our hot climate. Thanks for sharing. Jo
Ice sculptures are beautiful. It must be wonderful to see them in person.
@Catalyst: hah!@Revrunner: me too.@Padre: thank you.@Sandi: of course this harp would break!@Joanne: I know the feeling.@Magiceye: thank you!@Kay: that's true.@Jo: you're welcome.@Tammie: it certainly is.
That harp had to be a trick to carve.
It would be.