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HarborFrost in Sag Harbor

Chips fly as the

Chips fly as the "Fear No Ice" team of Scott Rella, of Valle Colorado and Peter Slavin from Philadelphia, Pa. start their ice sculpture. (Feb. 5, 2011) Photo Credit: Daniel Gonzalez

Sag Harbor hosts the first ever HarborFrost held on the Long Wharf.

The Fear No Ice team of Scott Rella,
Photo Credit: Daniel Gonzalez

The Fear No Ice team of Scott Rella, of Valle Colorado and Peter Slavin from Philadelphia, Pa. put the finishing touches to their ice sculpture. (Feb. 5, 2011)

Tiffany Scarlato of Sag Harbor is getting ready
Photo Credit: Daniel Gonzalez

Tiffany Scarlato of Sag Harbor is getting ready to drop her mink to prepare for the polar bear plunge as part of the HarborFrost 2011 celebration. (Feb. 5, 2011)

The crowd cheers as people emerge from the
Photo Credit: Daniel Gonzalez

The crowd cheers as people emerge from the polar bear plunge at the HarborFrost. (Feb. 5, 2011)

A chilly but amazed crowd watches as the
Photo Credit: Daniel Gonzalez

A chilly but amazed crowd watches as the ice sculpting team put the finishing touches on their ice sculpture. (Feb. 5, 2011)

Chips fly as the
Photo Credit: Daniel Gonzalez

Chips fly as the "Fear No Ice" team of Scott Rella, of Valle Colorado and Peter Slavin from Philadelphia, Pa. start their ice sculpture. (Feb. 5, 2011)

Ice chips fly as the
Photo Credit: Daniel Gonzalez

Ice chips fly as the "Fear No Ice" team of Scott Rella, of Valle Colorado and Peter Slavin from Philadelphia, Pa. work on their ice sculpture. (Feb. 5, 2011)

The
Photo Credit: Daniel Gonzalez

The "Fear No Ice" team of Scott Rella, of Valle Colorado and Peter Slavin from Philadelphia, Pa. create put the finishing touches on their ice sculpture. (Feb. 5, 2011)

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