INT'L ICE CARVING CHAMPAIGNSHIP (MARCH 1997) Fairbanks, Alaska

By Jan Curtis

Every March, visitors around the world come to Fairbanks to witness an amazing ice sculpturing festival. The art themes of each piece varies as widely as the artist's professional backgrounds and country of origin. The best time to view the works are at night when each display is lit by color lamps. Famous for it's blue tinted crystal clear ice, Fairbanks is the place to be as winter ends. All exposures are under 1 second at various f-stops using 400 speed print film.


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