Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Pizazz To The 6th Power

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Another ice sculpture. I don't remember what business sponsored this. It looks like a frozen version of a mask from a Mexican Dia de los Muertos party. The number 6, the exponent, should technically be to the right but the dead play these games backwards.

WHAT MOST OF AMERICA IS FEELING: relief and hope.

TOMORROW: Thursday Arch Series, as well as a new Arch photo on Gateway.

11 comments:

nathalie in avignon said...

I love this ice sculpture series. I wonder what you'll come up with tomorrow for the Thursday Arch series. You always manage to be so creative!

nathalie again said...

BTW I laughed out loud at your "legal stuff" warning in the sidebar. Scary LOL !!!

Olivier said...

c'est un superbe travail, un peu SM ;o))

it is a superb work, a little SM ;o))

Virginia said...

I agree, the ice sculptures have been great fun. More??

PJ said...

Speaking of pizazz, what's up with the vaguely threatening legalese? You get yourself mobbed up? We gotta start callin' you Bobby the Icepick or somthin'?
It's cold enough here that these ice sculptures wouldn't be hurt at all. They're pretty wonderful.

Bob Crowe said...

N and PJ: many but not all of us have copyright notices on our blogs. I decided that I should have one. Just wanted to lighten it up a bit.

V: I think this is the last one I'll post on the blog but I have a few more to edit. I'll put them on Flickr and let you know.

O: SM? Ce n'était pas mon intention, montrer seulement un masque drôle. Chacun à son goût.

U "R" Us said...

Love it. That is utrabizarre. What's providing the color behind it?

Also I was about to correct you about the exponent business until I read on!

Antjas said...

Or could it possibly be 6 (ice) cubed. That is to say 6 to the power of 3.

King of New York Hacks said...

Thank god things like this melt.

Bibi said...

I also love ice sculptures. This one is especially oool, though when I thought to write that, it wasn't intended to be a pun, but is!

Jackie said...

That's a great photo. In York they have a festival of ice sculptures every December.