Tuesday, December 2, 2008

When there's no snow....

Play with ice!A very resourceful Morgan. I was so surprised to look out back and see she made her own Inukshuk!Overnight the temps warmed and strange things happened! Truely a work of art.
That's my kid!!!

15 comments:

Roy said...

Brilliant ice sculpture. Such talent that young Lady has.

Mary said...

Very talented! A beautiful work of art. Wonder where she gets her talent..mom!

Shellmo said...

I love the shapes of the ice and the way it was put together - beautiful!

Carolynn said...

OMG....that truly is amazing. And beautiful.

Steve B said...

That's the great thing about being young. You can turn anything into a game. Thanks for reminding me that life should be a game.

Farmgirl_dk: said...

Ooooh, prettttttyyyyy. She gets her imagination and creativity from her mama. :-)

Farmgirl_dk: said...

Blogger's acting funky, so I can't tell if my last comment went through. If it didn't...what I said was....

Ooooh, prettttttyyyyy. She gets her imagination and creativity from her mama. :-)

Jenny said...

Morgan truely does have a great talent Evie. A beautiful ice sculpture. I'm glad you have photos of it for when it's melted away! (-:

Tina said...

Love the freedom children render when they are creating. Her ice sculpture is a work of patience and such a nice characteristic to possess at such a young age. Love the last photo, Mom, as they say the apple doesn't fall far from the tree. The artist and her artist! :)

Bird Girl said...

She's a 'chip off the 'ole ice block ;-) Quite an interesting post, Eve - loved it!

Denise said...

Oh wow, would you look at that, so cool! Your little girl has a talent there Eve.

Leedra said...

This is lovely. If it didn't melt all the way, maybe there will be a different design for us to view as it melts further?

Wrensong Farm said...

Beautiful sculpture! Glad you got some pics of it. The first and the last pics are my favorites!

Stacey Huston said...

Beautiful, and an imagination to go with it.. thanks for sharing

I need orange said...

I especially like the one with the evening sky behind.....

I was looking at some books of work by Andy Goldsworthy the other day -- he has made work with ice....

I wonder if your daughter would enjoy looking at his work (there are lots of books -- I got the ones I looked at from my library).