Ice-Sculpture Pictures from Winter 2000-2001

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Here they are, by popular demand: pictures of some of the ice sculptures around Fairbanks in the winter of 2000-2001. You won't find any pictures of people below. You also, sadly, won't find any pictures taken using a tripod (which is something I need to work on correcting).

My daughter Theresa's favorite angel, standing on a street corner near downtown Fairbanks.

A display by a local church. I think the left side is supposed to be Jesus's birth, and in the middle He is on a cross. Then we have the tomb and finally some trumpets and swords representing His second coming.

An truck made of ice at a local gas station.

A log and chain saw in front of a store, shown with and without flash.

A UAF logo made for a basketball tournament.

A chubby angel holding a baby, outside a hair salon.

The winter schedule of the Fairbanks Drama Association, written in ice. This stands outside their theater.

A soldier at the entrance to the Army base just east of Fairbanks.

Ice-Sculpture Pictures from Winter 2000-2001 / Last update: 22 Jan 2001 / Glenn G. Chappell /