Who can complain about near 50-degree temperatures in February? Well... maybe folks who love ice sculptures.
The annual Franklin on Ice winter festival lacked the usual longevity normally brought by the seasonally cooler temperatures.
This year, the warmth may have made festival goers feel comfortable walking around, but for the frozen water, it was near immediate dripping from the pouring down rays.
Usually the sculptures last for at least a few days, but by the end of Sunday not many were still standing or recognizable, and didn't survive the Saturday sunshine.
But as is with most things Franklin, hundreds still flocked to the park to enjoy what they could both days.
Outdoor festivals are unpredictable and it is hard to beat a sunny day walking around Fountain Park to see all the folks enjoying this little northwestern Pennsylvania town.
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