|More Winter Carnival Ice Sculptures|
Ice Sculptures are fascinating works of art from raw materials.
These artistic wonders can range in weight from 1 - 50,000 pounds and dimensions vary from quite small sculptures which are less than 3 inches tall to gigantic sculptures 30 feet tall. An ice sculpture made of 300 pounds, something like this...
|More Ice Impressions International Competitions Gallery|
Why not grab something warm to drink and from the comfort of your home stroll through my winter wonderland photo essay spotlighting some incredible works of art in snow and ice!
|More First Night Ice Sculptures|
|More Harbin China Ice & Snow Sculpture|
|More Ice Sculptures From Around the World 1|
|More Ice Sculptures Around the World 2|
|More Sapporo Snow Festival|
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My "I" assignment has stuck in my creative gears. This week's questions will continue on track with the letter "I", as in "Ice"
1. Which do you prefer in your drinks, ice cubes or ice chips? Usually, I prefer neither in my drinks. On the rare occasion I do indulge in ice, then I over all prefer ice cubes to chips.
2. Do you like Italian ice, Hawaiian shaved ice, or snow cones? It's been too long since I've had any of these to make draw a good conclusion, but the best of my memory it seems Hawaiian shaved ice and snow cones were sweeter in taste than Italian ice. If that's correct, then the Italian ice would be my least favorite. Not that I would turn it down, no I wouldn't. I definitely would enjoy eating it, especially if it were premium quality. This is actually interesting because my soon-to-be son-in-law's dad had an Italian ice business here in town before his death. I have it good authority, my daughter's, that it's some good stuff. Our local newspaer did a write up about it in 2006, check it out HERE!
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