Eric Snider, of Chip Off The Block Ice Carvings in Staunton, carves a prancing zebra from a block of ice during the St. Louis Zoo Wild Lights, which runs through Dec. 30. It took him about an hour to create the ice sculpture.
Eric Snider, of Chip Off The Block Ice Carvings in Staunton, carves a prancing zebra from a block of ice during the St. Louis Zoo Wild Lights, which runs through Dec. 30. It took him about an hour to create the ice sculpture. Jaye Hodges jhodges@bnd.com
Eric Snider, of Chip Off The Block Ice Carvings in Staunton, carves a prancing zebra from a block of ice during the St. Louis Zoo Wild Lights, which runs through Dec. 30. It took him about an hour to create the ice sculpture. Jaye Hodges jhodges@bnd.com

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