Wednesday, January 13, 2010

Art Happens


During winter, our water company leaves one of the lines open along Ocean Avenue, to avoid a freeze up. The resulting spray is capable of creating some real masterpieces. Like this ice sculpture I photographed back in 2007.




Here's a photo I took at the same spot today. As winter progresses, the sculpture will continue to morph into even more unusual and interesting shapes, as it increases in size.



Today, I thought to have Henri pose at the base to show the size and dimension it has attained so far this winter.


Art, brought to us courtesy of our local water company!

7 comments:

Low Tide High Style said...

Very cool...literally! We've had ice storms here before, but I never knew that a water company would do that. It's practical and beautiful! Thanks for posting!

Kat :)

Elenka said...

That, actually, is wonderful! Photograph it every once in a while and show us!

Piecefulafternoon said...

Wow - amazing. Keep us updated. :-)

Kelly or Alex said...

Green art. No pollution, no solvents or clean up neede. Cool!

mimi charmante said...

Zowie - that is amazing! As we have had a mild winter this year it is fun to see that. Thanks for sharing!
xx

Angie said...

The first one looks like an angel! The water is so blue, even frozen!

I love and miss you Mom & Dad!
xoxo

Mickey (Michel) Johnson said...

...that is so cool and huge! glad you took a picture with a human next to it to give us perspective...i would have never guessed it to be so big! xo, mickey