This past February I went to visit my children and grandchildren who live in the Carmel Indiana area. I was fortunate to be there the weekend of "Carmel's Festival of Ice". Eight of the top ice carvers from around the Midwest bring their tools and talents to Carmel for a weekend of ice carving competition and demonstrations (source)
It was really fun getting outside and seeing these great works of art.
The city was beautifully lit up with lights of their own to celebrate the event and winter.
Each sculpture was protected by the sun with a tent, and roped off to keep people from getting too close.
The grandkids sure had fun looking at the sculptures.
This was one of my personal favorites. The detail in that mane is incredible.
I loved this angel fish too.
The name of each artist and where they came from was by each sculpture. Carmel residents were able to vote and pick their favorites. You can see who won HERE.
This little plumbing dude was so cute and fun!
The red lights in the ground changed colors. The kids really enjoyed watching them.
This seahorse was the grandkids favorite. I can definitely see why.
Have A Great Day! Amy
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