Rowers Show Off Their Artistic Side
A trio of rowers took advantage of the record cold weather in Seattle recently to pay homage to their Canadian heritage through art.
Noah O'Connell, Anthony Jacob and Conlin McCabe chiseled an Inukshuk out of ice, and it's currently residing on the dock outside Conibear Shellhouse.
O'Connell and Jacob are from British Columbia, while McCabe is a resident of Ontario.
An Inukshuk is typically built out of stone by tribes in the Arctic regions of Canada, and vary depending on the tribes/culture of the regions.
There is still time to come over to Conibear and see the artwork before Mother Nature takes over and we return to our regularly scheduled December weather conditions.
If the sculpture design looks familiar, it's because the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver is using an Inukshuk in their official logo.
Photo credit goes to men's crew coach Michael Callahan.
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