Friday, February 18, 2022

Sculpture

 Picking up where I left off yesterday, here are more of the ice sculptures in Confederation Park during Winterlude 2014.


Snow sculptures are another part of Winterlude, and that particular year it was a Winter Olympics year, with several snow sculptures in the Byward Market bearing a sports theme. Here are some of them.

32 comments:

  1. How I wish I could be there to see all these ice sculptures up close. Very talented sculptors.

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  2. The snow sculptures are beautiful ! Must be very difficult to make, when I think the work I had only to make a snowman !

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  3. Beautiful sculptures, I love them all.
    Take care, have a good day.

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  4. It alwqys amazes me how beautiful this art is.

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  5. It is amazing people can do this!

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  6. @Nancy: I agree.

    @Gattina: snow is much more forgiving than ice in regards to an error.

    @Eileen: they were well done.

    @David: all my older photos of Winterlude were on film cameras.

    @Italiafinlandia: indeed.

    @Tom: me too.

    @Marianne: indeed.

    @Sandi: definitely.

    @Anvilcloud: I think so.

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  7. WOnder if you have any pictures of the sculptors at work..

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  8. Those snow sculptures are very beautiful and they are still current. I just saw Canada win bronze in curling. :-)

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  9. The snow sculptures are like marble sculptures. Too bad they will melt later.

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  10. Lights and color missing this year.

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  11. It takes talent to create these things....in the cold.

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  12. Beautiful sculptures and creative work.

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  13. It's interesting the difference between the clearer ice sculptures and the greatly detailed snow sculptures.

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  14. Despierta mi admiraci├│n, esas bellas esculturas.

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  15. @Magiceye: already did some, and more to come.

    @Jan: good for the curling team.

    @Marie: it was well sculpted.

    @RedPat: they are short lived.

    @Red: they'll come back.

    @Sharon: definitely.

    @Bill: I agree.

    @Jeanie: true.

    @Ventana: thanks.

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  16. More gorgeous ice sculptures and great photos of them ~


    Wishing you lots of laughter and love in your days,

    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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  17. People are so creative and clever.

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  18. They really are amazing! Hope you are well.

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  19. The snow sculptures are beautiful.

    All the best Jan

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