This is one of the larger ice sculptures created for the Lititz fire and ice festival this year. It was a delightful 14 degrees when I arrived here at dawn and with winds around 15-20 mph, it was much colder with the wind chill. I was dressed to deal with it but even with hand warmers,my fingers were hurting pretty good because I cannot wear heavy gloves and still operate the camera. The camera batteries held up for about an hour till replacements were installed allowing me to continue shooting. This sculpture was done for a local car and truck dealership in town.
Spectacular sculpture, indeed, and your photo does it justice. Well worth enduring the cold, IMO.
awesome sculpture Don, sorry you had to get your fingers cold to get captured on your lens but well worth the wait and cold to see the finished product. We in Texas will be wishing for the the ice truck in just a few months or maybe earlier causes today high was 85 degrees. LOL
We are having 58 tomorrow and i thought that sounded warm.keep cool
I will try my best. LOL
Reminds me of the ice sculptures in Quebec city….nice shot
I have always wanted to go there. looks amazing