I continue on with this look at the big snow sculptures in Jacques Cartier Park in Gatineau during Winterlude 2019.
An unusual teeter-totter is found in the park.
One last look at the bas relief on the back of one of the snow slides.
And I finish today down near the shoreline of the Ottawa River, with the Macdonald-Cartier Bridge in the background. This tree outlined against the sky caught my eye.
I especially like the last photo of the tree - it looks poetic. The snow sculptures are just lovely. People are so talented and creative.ReplyDelete
The tree is magnificent.ReplyDelete
Love the tree. Outstanding.ReplyDelete
William - another fabulous selection of sculptures. I appreciate that you gave us several angles on the same sculpture, which gives us a sense of the scale and the overall artistry. Happy Easter to you!ReplyDelete
Wonderful sculptures! The tree is cool. Have a great day and a happy new week!ReplyDelete
Hay en esta nueva serie, unas imágenes que infunden una gran ternura.ReplyDelete
Que tengas un maravilloso día.
...the last image is striking!ReplyDelete
@Susie: thank you.ReplyDelete
@Gemel: I agree.
@Angie: that was the idea.
@Eileen: thank you.
@Tom: I think so.
Love that tree against the sky. It’s in waiting.ReplyDelete
A wonderful finishing shot today.ReplyDelete
Awesome snow sculptures ~ReplyDelete
Wishing you love and laughter in all your days,
A ShutterBug Explores,
aka (A Creative Harbor)
Nice image of the tree!ReplyDelete
Nice shots of the sculptures and the tree.ReplyDelete
@Marie: me too.ReplyDelete
@Jan: thank you.
@Magiceye: I agree.
@Lea: thank you.
@RedPat: thank you.
Love the sculptures. Tweeted.ReplyDelete
I love seeing the different perspectives. Thanks!ReplyDelete