Team Ecuador will compete in the 2013 International Snow Sculpture Championships with the piece Fossils, which (according to the team statement) is intended to express “the beginning, the process and the end purpose of life.”

See Ecuador’s concept below and check back during the event (Jan. 22 – Feb. 3, 2013) for team updates, photos, winners and more. Each team consists of five people: four sculptors and one team representative who is not allowed to sculpt. Read more about the event and check out a few of the other teams selected for the 2013 event.

About Team Ecuador
Captained by Milton Ramon Estrella Gavidia, Team Ecuador members also include Walther Patricio Zamora, Victor Hugo Proaño Sifuentes, Jose Antonio Caujas Moreno, and Angel Dositeo Latorre Haro (team representative, not allowed to sculpt).

Ecuador model Breckenridge Snow Sculpture 2013

Team Ecuador will compete in the 2013 International Snow Sculpture Championships with the piece Fossils.

Making their first appearance in Breckenridge for the 2013 ISSC, proud to be representing Ecuador.

Making their first appearance in Breckenridge for the 2013 ISSC, proud to be representing Ecuador. Photo by: E Studio Gallery

Team Ecuador

Photo by: E Studio Gallery

Day 2: No machines allowed. The teams use only hand tools to sculpt and carve. Photo by: E Studio Gallery

Day 2: No machines allowed. The teams use only hand tools to sculpt and carve. Photo by: E Studio Gallery

Day 3: Making it look easy to create these dynamic sculptures. Absolute talent from Team Ecuador. Photo by: Carl Scofiled

Day 3: Making it look easy to create these dynamic sculptures. Absolute talent from Team Ecuador. Photo by: Carl Scofiled

Day 4: Unfortunately Team Ecuador's sculpture crashed to the ground, but what was seen before was incredible.  Photo by: E Studio Gallery

Day 4: Unfortunately Team Ecuador’s sculpture crashed to the ground, but what was seen before was incredible. Photo by: E Studio Gallery

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

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