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February 13, 2007

Hello Ice Kitty

Ice_hotel Takeo Okamoto, a master ice carver

More pictures from the 23rd Harbin international ice and snow festival in China

Rich DeMary mixes food coloring into gallon jugs of water and then pours them over icicles hanging off the rocks along U.S. 19 near Rivesville, W.Va. to create “Street Art”; Colored Icicles in West Virginia

Swedish Ice Art and from Alaska

Praying at the altar of Hello Kitty

A Hello Kitty made of real snow from Hokkaido delivered to your door for 4800 Yen. (From Rob Cruickshank)

The last days of ice

(Image above from Cuando calienta)

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If you thicken gasoline with motor oil and pour it over an icefall (as in the "colored icicles" link), and then light it with a match, you know, at night, that's pretty cool too.

Posted by: John Salisbury at Feb 13, 2007 8:48:44 PM