Tuesday, April 12, 2022

Changing Lights

More of the lit ice sculptures today from Winterlude 2018.


Under the shelters, the larger sculptures were well lit with shifting colours. Tomorrow we move forward to 2019.

24 comments:

  1. It must be a lot of work to sculpture such details !

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  2. Amazing and creative ice sculptures.
    Take care, have a great day and week ahead!

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  3. Son unas figuras muy interesantes y fácilmente reconocibles por los buenos detalles, que se ven en ellas.

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  4. ...it reminds me of Niagara Falls.

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  5. The snowboarder is quite impressive.

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  6. Such skill these artists have.

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  7. @Italiafinlandia: small but formidable.

    @Gattina: and with great care.

    @Eileen: thank you.

    @Ventana: thanks.

    @Tom: I can see that.

    @Marie: I agree.

    @Gemel: indeed.

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  8. Some of the details show up more in the lighting. It looks like not too many people were around.

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  9. The 2nd sculpture is my favourite today!

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  10. More beautiful lit up ice sculptures ~ great night shots!


    Wishing you laughter and love in your days,

    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A creative Harbor)

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  11. I love that up side-down snow boarder.

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  12. I like the first sculpture, very nice indeed!

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  13. The sculptures as jewelry would be fun.

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  14. @Jan: it was.

    @RedPat: I tend to favour photographing them at night on weeknights. Weekend nights get too crowded.

    @Magiceye: thank you.

    @Carol: thanks.

    @Sharon: me too.

    @Bill: that it is.

    @Maywyn: definitely.

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  15. Beautiful as some look like they are straight from a fairytale. Tweeted.

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  16. The nighttime lighting adds a different dimension to the sculptures--very attractive and glass like.

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  17. Colorful photos of the ice sculptures ~


    Wishing you laughter and love in your days,

    A ShutterBug Explores,
    aka (A creative Harbor)

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  18. Almost 80 degrees Fahrenheit here today. :-)

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  19. @Mari: they do.

    @Pat: quite true.

    @Cloudia: definitely.

    @Carol: thank you.

    @Revrunner: I photographed what I think are crocuses today

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  20. Just beautiful William, a lovely selection.

    All the best Jan

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