We all love wintertime. Christmas, snowflakes, throwing snowballs to each other, the smell and feel of freezing cold air, drinking hot chocolate, grabbing a hot cup of anything that warms up our hands, wearing winter clothes, accessories, nice hats and staying reading a book in bed.
However, some of the funniest parts of winter time is making snow sculptures, right? Here we are sharing the most spectacular snow sculptures of all times. Do you think you can even do something similar to these?
Check it out! This big sea cow is awesome. Look at its size and the detail it has! It makes me wonder how much time its creator spent making it. Well, actually, creators... this amazing sculpture was made by three brothers in Minnesota who love creating big snow sculptures. Great art, people!
You may think these are trees covered in snow, but they are actually 100% snow! This is a big pile of snow made to look like Christmas Trees. I love how the little kayak is placed there next to the three trees. All in harmony with the other sculpture. It looks like a beautiful painting.
Japanese army troops made this Star Wars sculpture, if you are a fan you have to look at this amazing work! It does not even seem real to me but it actually is. Those dimensions as well as each corner's finishing is completely tasteful.
This one looks a bit weird, but at the same time is very well done. I mean, this mouth tongue is even tidier than a real one. Those teeth are nonsense. When I realize it’s snow it’s even better, it definitely looks like something else.
Again, the three brothers from Minnesota. Incredibly talented! This shark looks great, they apparently love doing this, I mean, could you imagine how much time these things can take? Not only the time but the patience and dedication you need to put in this work. Kudos to them.
This sculpture gave me goosebumps, it’s a whole architectural construction made out of snow. You can see how big it is when you see the tiny people wearing black clothes. They look really small next to this amazing thing!