Innichen looks beautiful even though it's pouring with rain!
9apr18--The canopy sales area is the newspaper / magazine / tobacco type. Just to the left of the canopy ( the white first level salmon colour upper building is the grocery store entrance, School students flock from the sidewalk on the left ( schools located further left ) and into the grocery upon end of classes. EnJoy EnJoy
My sentiments exactly Janey ... absolutely beautiful. A little snow still. Watching a gent putting out his wares to sell and it is only 06:27. Happy day everyone from a very hot East London, South Africa. :)
What a beautiful place!
Great photos from onsite, Malcolm! Thank you!
what is this place ?
If you look on the time lapse for yesterday you will see a digger come and knock it down and then load the snow onto a lorry and take it away..
Snow sculptures have gone, guess the festival is over?
Love watching them clearing snow from the front of their shops.
They have the international snow festival there. You have a 3 x 3 x 3 metre block of pressed snow and then you have 3 days to complete your sculpture. I will try and post a picture of this one..
Martin, I don't really know - but it looks like a snow sculture.
Innichen, or San Candido, is a village in northern Italy, on the border of Austria. It’s part of the Tre Cime Natural Park, in the Dolomites. The town center is home to the Romanesque-style Innichen Abbey. ☺
Such a pretty street scene
Innichen snow sculpture