An arctic-inspired iceberg sculpture, designed by sculptor Bill Lishman, is near completion on the grounds of the Canadian Museum of Nature.
Lishman, also known as "Father Goose" for being the first human to lead birds in the air with an aircraft, has spent the past four years working on the iceberg sculpture for the museum, CBC NEWS reports.
The 13-metre high sculpture constructed out of a number of stainless steel parts, and located on the tundra section of the gardens on the museum's property.
The section of the sculpture called "the shard" heats up in the sun. And Lishman's favourite innovation of the sculpture, the "selfie bergy bit," which reflects the whole sculpture, was created using water pressure.
Source: Arctic-Info Photo: CBC NEWS