This sculpture took first place, Carver’s Choice the People’s Choice Award. (Carla Hunt/Morning Star)

PHOTOS: SilverStar a sculptor’s paradise

Annual snow sculpture competition was last weekend

Krakens, one-legged pirates, giant clams – all would make an interesting sight on their own.

Put them all together, and add a healthy dose of craftsmanship, and the end result is the annual Vernon Winter Carnival Snow Sculpture Contest that overtook the village Feb. 1-3.

Carnival festivities continue until Feb. 10.


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(Carla Hunt/Morning Star)

(Carla Hunt/Morning Star)

(Carla Hunt/Morning Star)

This sculpture took third place. (Carla Hunt/Morning Star)

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