A lot of ice on a freezing weekend

By Weenson Oo on 12:45

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The weekend of January 13 and 14 saw the fourth year of the London Ice Sculpting Festival which transformed Canary Wharf into a showcase for competitors from near and far. With judgement due at four in the afternoon on Saturday, work on the 2m blocks of ice began early on Friday morning.


The frantic effort continued into the evening as the sculptors for both the pairs


and singles speed competitions worked on completing their entries in good time.


When the results were finally announced, Portugal took the pairs prize



while local hero Jonathan Lloyd whose work also won the vote for the most popular sculpture was the unanimous winner in the singles speed contest.


The event brought a wealth of visitors to Canary Wharf, not only to admire the work of the competitors


but also to enjoy the various ice and snow-driven events and food, glorious food.



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