It was a good weekend to check out the 125th St Paul Winter Carnival: not too cold and so warm that the ice sculptures would melt. The largest ice sculpture this year or any other year was the wall with "125 Years" carved along the top. There were too many people in front of it to get a good photo - but it was very long with clear panels embedded with pictures of past Carnival highlights.
You can see more of the wall behind this jester/tree/snowshoe grouping.
"125" in Roman numerals, along with other Winter Carnival symbols.
I think these were the Winter Carnival Medallions from different years.
C on an ice throne. I posed for a photo myself...I'll update later with more pics.