Taking landscape pictures is my favorite hobby.
As such, I don’t have many close ups or pictures illustrating Ornate.
Here is one showing ice carving at Sapporo.
Colored light fell on the ice carvings; making them “ornate”.
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Here are 3 more photos taken at the annual Harbin ice festival in China.
They are ephemeral in the sense that the ice will melt and the sculptures disappear with the onset of warmer weather.
The previous two posts on this subject have aroused the interest of quite a few readers, I am therefore posting these last three photos which my classmate YM Chan have taken.
Do they remind you of Christmas?
Please enjoy 🙂
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My first post on the ice carving seems to be well received.
Here are two more photos showing ice carvings.
In Harbin, China there is a ice carving festival which took place each year.
The exhibits are becoming more awesome each year.
The pictures, taken by my classmate YM Chan, will give you a scale of things.
This week’s photo challenge is Ephemeral.
Not quite sure what Ephemeral means – something that last for a short time?
The image is part of an ice carving exhibition in Harbin, China.
Surely, the carving will melt with time.
The photo was taken by my classmate YM Chan.