Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Misc.

This is what happens when we get a heat wave in the 30's followed by a quick snap back to below zero. An ice wave off the roof of the barn. It makes me want to go swimming.


This is what you see when the sunrise shines through a small sliver at the top of the not yet opened drapes and lands on the tips of the lights on the ceiling fan that hasn't worked for a year or more. I groggily thought the lights were half-assedly working. What can I say, it was early.


This is what happens when freezing fog lands on a cobweb in the barn. Breathe lightly or the crystals (they look like tiny evergreen trees to me) drop to the ground.

5 comments:

sandy said...

Those images make me think of silence for some reason... I went to MN in the winter once and couldn't believe it when I saw ice crystals had formed on the windshield. It looked like a miracle to me!

Eyes to See said...

So glad you are posting! The spiderweb is wonderful! I guess that is hoarfrost? We don't get it here. The icewave is interesting, too! Thanks for taking the shots and sharing them!

Cindy said...

It's so bitter cold, but incredibly beautiful. It's good to hear/see from you.

Annie said...

Man is the spam getting weird or what? Deleting...

Tracy said...

Love your visions, always!