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Sunday, December 27, 2009

Ice Art By Marcy


Marcy always beats me to the draw, she is out way earlier than I am.  I have missed my Sunday walks so I am bundling up to face the cold air and sunshine.  Hoping I find treasures, I know I will find peace and beauty.

Join me later for the farm through my lens.

12 comments:

Lori E said...

My ice art forms in my dog's outdoor water dish on the back porch.
A few times a day we bring it in and run water over the ice and watch how it bubbles up in the openings between the ice layers. It bloops and blops with sound and then the main piece lets go of the sides. That is when it is ready for our girl to grab the ice out of it and crunch it up like we had just served her a yummy cocktail.
I know it is bad for her teeth but she is old so she gets what she wants.

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Rudee said...

Awesome pictures!

DesertHen said...

Amazing what ice can do! Good thing Marcy is out early to capture it.......=)

Razzberry Corner said...

Really cool ice art pictures!!

Marci said...

Awesome photos!

Vickie said...

Great ice pictures - mine come from the birdbath outside my back door.

I love your header photo - makes me long for summer!

Lori Skoog said...

I can't believe that I took the same photos this morning. They are so artistic!

'Tsuki said...

I love those pictures !

They remind me my place where I can't live right at the moment (I had to moove to find a work), and where I took those ones:

http://lunedemaledaumon.blogspot.com/2009/01/mais-quest-ce-que-cest-objet-n5.html

Thanks for the sharing, and have nice hollydays...

Nezzy said...

You find art in the coolest things! I'm so glad you share them with us.

God bless!!!

Laughing Orca Ranch said...

Just stunning! You are lucky to live in a place with so much water to have those ice sculptures to enjoy.


~Lisa

Pat said...

Wow - very interesting lines in the ice - very artistic works by mother nature! Good eye!

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