Wanderings Of A Canadian Loon Through The National Capital And Beyond
What a pity these artworks are going to melt...
Gostei desta arte no gelo.Um abraço e bom fim-de-semana.AndarilharDedais de Francisco e Idalisa O prazer dos livros
All those beautiful sculptures only last for a season.
They are beautifully and attractively lit.
Hello,Beautiful sculptures, they are lovely lit up at night. I love the butterfly wings.Take care, enjoy your day and happy weekend!
The next time I visit my daughter in Orléans I will look forward to a visit to the Byward Market, sans ice sculptures, however.
...the colored light enhance the sculptures!
@Italiafinlandia: they are shortlived.@Francisco: thank you.@Nancy: but are enjoyed.@Jan: that they are.@Eileen: thanks.@David: a good idea.@Tom: they do indeed.
The lights and the backdrops really highlight the pieces.Hope you are feeling a bit better.
The sculptures look great all lit up.
Night lighting is always dramatic. I hope you're feeling better, William, and not too sick.
Your night shots are always wonderful ~ Wow!Wishing you love and laughter in your days,A ShutterBug Explores,aka (A Creative Harbor)
So pretty with all the colored lights.
That second piece is incredible!
Esa primera de las alas de mariposa, es un buen sitio para posar.
@RedPat: some improvement noted.@Bill: they certainly do.@Jeanie: I'm resting a lot.@Carol: thank you.@happyone: indeed.@Marie: I agree.@Ventana: thanks.
William - I am running out of adjectives to describe the amazing artistry! Enjoy the coming weekend!
Delightfully trippy! Sure hope you're feeling good soon
I hope so too.
Great lighting. Cold, cold sculputures.
First time visiting you. Beautiful sculptures, I really like the first photo, looks like you are the butterfly :D-Soma
The butterfly sculpture surrounding the bench was a brilliant idea!
Now these are some of my favorite shades of color, so pretty to see.
Oh my! I am constantly astounded by these creations.