Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Wordless Wednesday


My son, DIL, and grandbaby took a visit to Gaylord
National Harbor, Maryland


It's amazing what can be done with ice!!

45 comments:

  1. Beautiful! Have a great day.

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  2. Very funny and lovely photos, beautiful ice sculptures!

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  3. Absolutely gorgeous Rosey and wishing you a very, Happy Wednesday now, too!! :)

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  4. Wow it's just amazing! What an interesting visit :)

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  5. Hi Rosey, those ice sculptures are amazing, stay warm today!

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  6. Wow. Ice sculpture is fascinating. And if these temps hold, they will be around for a Good Long Time.

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  7. Beautiful sculptures.... love the colors they reflect.!!

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  8. Those ice sculptures must have taken a long long time

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  9. Yes, and there is more ice than usual this year. Awesome.

    Have a fabulous day. ☺

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  10. Wow all of that is ice. It's so beautiful

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  11. Beautiful! Love the nativity scene! :-)

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  12. WOW - those are some amazing sculptures. It's almost a shame to think that they're going to melt away.

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  13. Those are amazing. Bet they took a long time to make.
    POSH

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  14. So cold and yet amazing!
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  15. wow...those ice sculptures are amazing....
    there is a show near here that we go to on occassion
    and it is crazy what they can do...

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  16. I have always wanted to be a sculptor. It's amazing how they can do that.

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  17. That is really neat! It reminds me of the movie Frozen.

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  18. That is quite something isn't it!

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  19. It looks great! The ice sculptures are increadible.
    Thank you for sharing and hosting.
    Greetings & Wishes to you Wieczora (◔‿◔) | my photoblog

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  20. that would be so awesome to see.... thanks for sharing, so pretty...
    wish i could do something creative like that.

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  21. Hard to believe they can make that out of ice!

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  22. That's amazing, Inspiring and awe consuming.

    Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

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  23. That's brilliant I agree and needs a lot of patience to do that too

    Have a icetastic rest of week Rosey ;-)

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  24. aside from having an enormous talent, the person who did that must also have a very high tolerance in cold♥

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  25. Hey Rosie! Hope you're having a great week! That ice sculpture is something else!

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  26. Oh wow, the ice sculptures are beautiful :)

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  27. wow, those ice sculptures look amazing! I'd love to take my daughter there someday.

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  28. Wow, it's *almost* enough to make me like ice!

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  29. Oh my goodness. That is amazing what they do when they carve ice.

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  30. That is gorgeous!

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  31. Yes, it is amazing what can be done with ice, thank you for sharing these photos.

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  32. Ice sculptures simply amaze me. It's so impressive how much detail they can carve into a chunk of ice!

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    1. I've heard a few times about the ice carving in Frankenmuth. I think that'd be fun to go see!

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  33. Oh this is beautiful! Thanks for sharing!!

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  34. The sculptures in your last photo are amazing. Must have been something to see! :)

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  35. Oh, you're so lucky to actually get to see real ice sculptures! I would so love to do this, but trust me it doesn't stay cold enough here in Knoxville for these beautiful works of art to make it even for a few hours unless it was earlier this week. Yesterday, we finally got above freezing. It's funny how the mid to upper 30 actually feels warm after the arctic temperatures we had been experiencing. lol Anywho, really cool pix!

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    1. Seriously, Cathy, you're right! I went outside this morning and high 20s felt WARM!! lolol

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  36. We have talked about going over there to see it since it is just a few miles from the house but I didn't know if my son would have enough patience and I heard it was expense to park and get it. We are going to put it on our list sometime in the next few years. What great pictures!!!

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  37. I didn't realise that was ice straight away! So clever! Have a great weekend. : )

    Louisa @ My Family & Abruzzo

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