The large hourglasses again drew my eye when I passed by.
What is typical at Winterlude- an ice surface that can be covered by passersby in small ice blocks with food colouring- this year pink and blue.
Another of the street signs caught my eye.
Here we have the mososaur ice sculpture that I showed you early on in the series. It held up reasonably well after a couple of weeks of exposure to the elements.
A bit less so, but still in one piece, this sculpture done for Doctors Without Borders, which had gone quite opaque by the last weekend of Winterlude.
These flowers had survived too.
I showed you this sculpture during my first go around. This time I stepped inside it.
And I finish today with this. The sculpture had to do with the carvings of faces found inside the Parliament Buildings. It was opaque by the last weekend of the event, but still standing.