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Although this could very well be a picture of me finding a new treasure at a favorite nursery, it's actually an illustration by David Catrow for a children's book called Plantzilla.

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Wordless Wednesday; Ice - Ice, Baby


















27 comments:

  1. Wow! I feel sorry for those beauties in the fountain! I'm glad our snow is gone, although I do love to look at snowy and icy pictures!

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    1. Those poor ladies do look cold! I'm also glad that the cold is gone but am not fond of the strong wind we got last night!

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  2. Great pictures of the frozen fountain!

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  3. Brrr! But very sculptural and pretty though!

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    1. It was lovely but I'm sure glad that it's gone!

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    1. Easier to take pictures of stuff that doesn't move. Thanks.

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  5. Dear lord! Amazing ice pictures (but in mid February? it's almost painful)
    Who's garden is it? Can we have a repeat visit when the ice is gone later in Spring? I'm a sucker for Before and After themes.

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    1. I'll definitely go back. The fountain is outside of a hair salon in Spanaway, WA. There is also a nice garden full of cool plants to check out.

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  6. Amazing ice pictures. We still have some snow, but no frost - for now. This has been a short and warm winter for us. I wonder what kind of summer we'll have.. Happy Wednesday evening, Peter!

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    1. Thank you, Satu! I hope that your have a wonderful and warm spring and summer! But for now, may your winter continue to be delightful!

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  7. Pretty but ouch! I hope your melt starts soon.

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  8. It looks as though a fountain was frozen instantly in an icy blast! Quite an effect, it's amazing to see the textures and patterns. I was shocked today to walk outdoors and find mostly grass showing everywhere, and rather warm temperatures. Spring is hopefully on the way.

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    1. It's green again here and I'm sure ready for spring!

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  9. Whoa! Frozen movement, which should be a contradiction in terms. Great shots!

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    1. It was a fun sight to see and photograph.

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  10. Beautiful! It looks like it was zapped with a freeze ray. I'm registered for the Bloggers Fling. See ya in July!

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    1. I'm so glad you're coming to the fling! We'll have a blast discussing the new teacher evaluation system :)

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  11. Amazing photos, og, and very good timing. I needed cooling down, and ate an icy pole while I looked at your ice photos!

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    1. Glad that these helped you with your summer heat!

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  12. Beautiful! Its infrequency makes ice even more intriguing when we get it. Thanks for capturing this lot so well!

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    1. Those poor naked ladies were sure cold! Always fun to share.

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