Thursday, March 5, 2009

Sky watch fridays Ice


We had a beautiful snow and everything was frozen last week.

18 comments:

Cactus Jack Splash said...

That is an interesting photo. I like the sun through the ice.

nature ramblings said...

I really like this photo because of the reflections through the ice. Nice angle. The colors are really great also. Have a great weekend.

PeacefulChaos said...

I love this picture! Have tried in the past to get a great icicle shot so I'm envious :)
Have a great weekend!

Louise said...

This is a fantastic capture! I love the color and the light. Excellent!!

Please be so kind to link back to the SkyWatch Friday sight in your SkyWatch posts.

Thank you so much for your participation with this AWESOME capture!

gone to the dogs said...

Beautiful view through the ice candles. Thanks for sharing.

Happy Heifer said...

I have tried to link back to skywatch but have not figured it out any suggestions

Lisa Wilson said...

What a cool photo! At first I had no idea what it was.

Cam said...

Cool! I took photos like that this week (fun). Happy SWF!

Carol said...

Great shot...the reflections in the ice are fantastic...nice color also...

Brit' Gal Sarah said...

Wow those are some icicles you had and so pretty with the sun. Nice capture.

Please remember to link back to Skywatch in your post.

Kilauea Poetry said...

I love icicles..and your son definitely looks mischievous!! Cute-

Greg Dimitriadis said...

Perfect photo! Very well done.

Babooshka said...

This is gorgeous the light ans those delicate colours filtering through.

Colin Campbell said...

Very good. No ice here. I liked your clean up thoughts from your son. Still working on that one with our kids.

Corky said...

What a fab shot! I love it!!!!

Thanks for posting it.

Light and Voices said...

I really like how you captured the sunset in the icicles. Not everyone even notices. Great job!
Joyce

Pony Girl said...

Great icicles. This past Xmas we had a huge winter storm and I was shocked at how many icicles formed off of the house gutters. I hadn't seen icicles like that since I was a child! It really takes a certain kind of snow/melt/freeze to form those natural wonders!

Esther Garvi said...

Oh, that's one beautiful picture! Found my way here from Baba Yaga's mirror. Love it!
Warm greetings from West Africa,
Esther