Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Icicles on a gray day





They look so different in another kind of light but it's the same window and the same icicles.



Just a different angle.




"Life is as the flash of a firefly in the night, the breath of the buffalo in winter time."  --Blackfoot Tribe

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17 comments:

Kay said...

Wow. They look like Aspen branches.

Sunny said...

It's amazing how different they look in the different light. Very pretty to behold.
Sunny :)

Martha Z said...

Not a sight I see here in Lincoln but I remember well from my years working at Mammoth Mountain Ski Area.
I agree with Kay, the light on these does make them look a bit like aspen trees.

gengen said...

Oh this looks cool. Ours here is like that...happy watery Wednesday. Mine is up too.

Sanna said...

Interesting discourse of icicles!

eileeninmd said...

I thought they looked like tree branches up close too.
Cool photo.
Happy New Years.

J said...

Holy cow (I'm not sure which part of my subconscious that expression leapt out off, but lets roll with it), I can see how books can get away with using icicles as murder weapons now!

gwentman said...

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Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Loran, Isn't it amazing how one picture can look so different from another one???? Great pictures of the icicles.

Hugs,
Betsy

George said...

I really like the way these icicles look in this light. You did a wonderful job of capturing the texture of them.

ellen said...

Happy New Year!

Nancy Bea Miller said...

Lovely!

JOE TODD said...

Just wanted to say HAPPY NEW YEAR and thanks for sharing your world

CafebyJW said...

Beautiful icing blog!

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