On the edge of Lake Superior, a 60-foot tower of man-made ice came tumbling down last week.
The ice sculpture was part of a public art project commissioned by the city of Superior, Wis., and the man behind the unusual sculpture is determined to make it rise again.
Two weeks ago, the ragged pillar of ice towered above Barker's Island. You could see it from the road driving into Superior.
"I think it's pretty impressive," says resident Alya Pfeil. "At first I thought it was just frozen ice, nothing to it. But it's actually quite impressive."