Find out more about why we built our Igloo, the heart behind the Coloured Ice Igloo Community Park & stunning night shots, here. « Coocoolo Roll App Review Silent Sunday, week 6 – 2016 » 29 Comments fabulous and colourful and so interesting. a coloured igloo is wonderful. Reply Thanks Sherry! I think it’s one of the most beautiful things I’ve ever seen 🙂 Reply That looks amazing, so much fun! #MySundayPhoto Reply That looks brilliant. Loving the colours in it. Reply This is absolutely stunning! I definitely want to try this one day! Reply Oh wow! That igloo is amazing! Fantastic photos x Reply Ah Steph it is finished I love it, this is something of every childs dreams. I looks incredible xx Reply Thank you Sarah! …We’ve discovered it makes even adults dreams come to life too 😀 Reply They’re great pictures! Amazing project you undertook. So effective in the pictures too! Thanks for sharing! #mysundayphoto Reply Thank you 🙂 I’ve really loved creeping in there and just hanging around! Absolutely lovely to drink hot chocolate in too! Reply how exciting. What fun! And lovely colours. Reply The colours are incredible, what a perfect looking photo studio. How long do you think it will last? Thank you for linking up Reply We had a shift in the weather this week, so it’s been melting away a little more every day, we’ve been playing in, and lighting it up right through to its final moments… And I squished in a #tastyTuesday photoshoot in there too 😀 It’s looked absolutely incredible as it changes as well, the blocks were already thinner when I took these photos, the colours and the light shifted pallet to a more pastel glow. Reply Wow! This is so stunning! My boy would have loved it in there. #MySundayPhoto Reply We invited a couple of nurseries to come and look and play. We wanted as many children as possible to have the chance to play and dream in it. Would have loved to have you over 🙂 Reply Love the colour and light in these photos. Even though you can’t see your daughter’s face, you can just tell how much she is enjoying it. Reply She was spinning around in there after pointed to each and every one of the blocks she liked the best 😀 There are a lot of the blocks they even know WHICH kid froze them (partly thanks to a few beads hidden here and there). Reply I can’t believe you built this! Amazing and gorgeous pictures too xx Reply We want to build one EVERY YEAR! All of a sudden the 5 month long DARK winter feels like it has great potential 😀 Reply Hi Steph, the coloured ice makes for an interesting igloo. Like stained glass. xx Reply It really is like stained glass in there! So crazy crazy beautiful x Reply How awesome! I will have to click on the link to find out why you built an igloo! Must have taken ages. #MySUndayPhoto Reply Haha! Yes, well, it took 9 days. We ’could’ have built more ’effectively’ but also just wanted to keep it real and at a pace the kids were able to be part of it all 🙂 Reply I recognized the Ice Igloo in the background straight away, it makes a great backdrop to some super photos. Reply Thanks Fiona, yes, I’ve taken TONES of pictures in there 🙂 Absolutely love it x Reply Yay! I saw that you were doing this. How absolutely fabulous, it looks great! #MySundayPhoto Reply Thanks Vic, it’s been the best project ever no doubt about it! I can’t wait to see what craziness we figure out to get up to next 😀 Reply Oh wow, how magical! Reply Thanks Amanda! It’s became a place of dreams 🙂 Reply Leave a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked with *.