Saamis TeePee
  Created By Rodney Johnson

The scene that I attempted to replicate is the Saamis Teepee, originally built for the 1988 Winter Olympics and now resides in Medicine Hat, Alberta.
This project took me the better part of a day to complete. The entire scene was made using MoRay v3.5 and rendered using Pov-Ray v3.6. Cylinders and dominate the construction of this scene. The sky was made using a pre-existing template found in MoRay. The grass is simply a solid green color with a crand effect applied. The red and blue bands between each pole consists of 2 cubes joined and resize to make a rotated 'L' and then duplicated for the pattern desired. What proved to be difficult is getting all the bands rotated and aligned properly.
The story boards of the teepee consist of a sphere with a cylinder piercing through. The concrete supports found at the base of the structure are nothing more than cubes resized as desired. The colors were not had attain as they were simply red, white and blue. The ground in the centre of the teepee is a disc given the properties to look more like dirt.
Overall, the final result was not incredibly difficult to achieve, just time consuming.
The original picture is below.