Illuminated ice


The International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival at Harbin in north-east China excels itself this year with its illuminated ice sculptures. Some of these creations are so elaborate they must spend months planning them. The Boston Globe’s Big Picture has a page of incredible photos and a film report of the event.

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