Dinosaurs are roaming the front yard of a house on Laurier Street in Hawkesbury. Pierre Brazeau decided the community needed cheering up in the middle of this pandemic winter and got to work building whimsical and colourful snow sculptures in his yard.
“I think we need smiles at this time,” said Brazeau.
There are dinosaurs, a giant spider and a pink alligator made of snow in Brazeau’s front yard. The added points on the tip of the largest dinosaur’s tail are meant to represent the image of the coronavirus microbe that we have all become accustomed to seeing during the past 10 months. Brazeau is pictured in front the sculptures before he added the colour. His young neighbour Zoé Dicaire also sitting on a dinosaur’s back.
And on the subject of snow, do not forget to enter The Review’s Snow Photo Contest! Enter your best winter snow photo to win. The top three winning entries will be published in the February 10 edition of The Review. To submit your entry, go to www.thereview.ca.
First prize is $150, second prize is $100, and third prize is $50. All winner’s names will be checked against The Review membership list. If anyone in a winner’s family is a Review member, his or her prize will be doubled!
Photo entries can be submitted through February 6, 2021. Winners will be contacted via email, announced on social media, and featured in the newspaper.
All photos submitted by Pierre Brazeau.