A fresh face at the Breckenridge, Colo. competition, Team Argentina has participated in competitive snow sculpting events in countries such as Italy, Canada and the U.S. The team, composed of just four members (rather than the standard four sculpting members plus one non-sculpting team representative) was accepted into the 2013 International Snow Sculpture Championships with the sketch for Caricola, which translates to “conch” in English. The submission included a short verse:

You are a shelter in movement
In your long journey you gather stories as secrets
you keep
but when the shore you get… you seem empty.
You come accompanied by the sea and their
whispers,
which reveal what you are by nature
You were a treasure refuge
and time has released your dreams

Team Argentina snow sculpture sketch

The team, composed of just four members (rather than the standard four sculpting members plus one spielautomaten online non-sculpting team representative) was accepted into the 2013 International Snow Sculpture Championships with the sketch for Caricola, which translates to “conch” in English.

Check back during the event for team updates, photos, winners and more, or see it for yourself Jan. 22 – Feb. 3, 2013 in Breckenridge, Colo. Read more about the event and see a few of the other teams selected for the 2013 event.

About Team Argentina
Team Argentina includes captain Gabriela Heras, Paulina Webb, Norma Siguelboim and Eliana Castro.

The only all ladies team

The only all ladies team…You go girls! Photo by: E Studio Gallery

Day 2: The ladies use a unique technique to cut large panels away from the sides of the sculptures. Photo by: E Studio Gallery

Day 2: The ladies use a unique technique to cut large panels away from the sides of the sculptures. Photo by: E Studio Gallery

Day 3: Everything begins to take shape after 3 long days of sculpting. Photo by: Carl Scofield

Day 3: Everything begins to take shape after 3 long days of sculpting. Photo by: Carl Scofield

Day 4 Photo by: E Studio Gallery

Day 4 Photo by: E Studio Gallery

Day 5: Sculptures are finally completed and can be viewed until Feb. 3. Photo by: Carl Scofield

Day 5: Sculptures are finally completed and can be viewed until Feb. 3. Photo by: Carl Scofield

Visit GoBreck.com for a full gallery of photos from the 23rd Annual Breckenridge International Snow Sculpture Championships.

 

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