The sun is shining and it’s a provincial holiday. Today is the perfect day to visit the Leo Mol Sculpture Garden.
Temp: -5°C feels like -10°C
The hours on the front gate.
Keep in mind that all the sculptures that I show you today are life sized.
There are two entrances to the garden. This one has a trumpeter that welcomes you.
This is my favorite sculpture of the lot. It looks better without the snow on it.
Here is one go the many deer sculptures.
A mother and her baby.
Another deer sculpture. Can you see it?
The trails are not the greatest in the winter and when two people meet someone has to step off the trail. At the bottom of this photo you can see a public bench. This will give you an idea in how deep the snow is.
There are also a lot of bear sculptures but most of them are low to the ground and can’t be seen because of the snow. I guess you could say they are hibernating.
This gives you an idea of how close the sculptures are to each other. In this photo there are five sculptures. Can you see them all?
Another popular subject are young female nudes. All done very tastefully.
I thought that this was an interesting tree and will try to get a photo of it when it is in full bloom this spring.
I think this building is used to hold the gardening tools, I could be wrong.
I just thought it was quite picturesque.
I ran into Marty and his friend hand feeding some birds.
They would fly in grab a few seeds then quickly fly away. It was something to see.
A snow angel…
His name is Lee.
In the summer this is a large water fountain and is a popular place to sit and cool down on a hot day.
Next to the “Golden Boy” this sculpture of the “Boy and the Boot” is Winnipeg’s most popular sculpture. This is the sculpture that welcomes you at the second entrance.
Directly across from the English Garden is the duck pond and was very busy on this holiday Monday.
Another look at the skaters on the duck pond.
The toboggan hill was also very busy today.
As far as I could see all of the walkways in the park are very clean and easily accessible.
The park was very busy today and parking around the pond was at a premium. I often had to wait for people to get out of frame to get photos with no one in them.
Until next week.