In Canada, A Stunning DIY Igloo Made Of Rainbow-Colored Ice Bricks
Edmonton-based Canadian mother Brigid Burton came up with an ingenious way to keep her daughter’s New Zealander boyfriend busy during his visit to the Great White North—build a gorgeous igloo out of multi-colored ice bricks.
After filling up paper cartons with colored water and leaving them out in the -25 °F (-31 °C) freezing cold, Burton managed to stockpile enough ice bricks to construct this extraordinary igloo.
Taking up the challenge readily, Daniel Gray—the visiting boyfriend—spent more than 150 hours fitting the 500 ice bricks into place, with the help of family and neighbors.
The completed structure is so visually striking that it attracted the attention of a local news network—read the full story here.
Would you try your hands at building a rainbow-colored igloo from scratch? After all, a white igloo would no doubt look uninspiring after this.
[via This Is Colossal]
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