Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Watery Wednesday........

My contribution for the week, are icicles hanging from the garage.

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30 comments:

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Yes Gill---that is 'watery.' Once the thaw comes, those icicles will all fall down --and make LOTS of noise!!! Hope you aren't under them when they break and fall.. Yipes!!!
Hugs,
Betsy

George said...

Beautiful icicles, Gill. Won't we be glad when it's too warm for them?

scrappy quilter said...

I agree, beautiful icicles Gill. I can't wait until we see no more of those this year. It is warming up here again this week. I'll send some your way hopefully, although I think you're even warmer than we are.

Gina said...

Very pretty, dangerous though. We are enjoying a bit of snow, for a change, and the entire country is at stand still.

Poetikat said...

I've always thought an icicle would make the ideal murder weapon in a mystery. What do you think?

Kat

Judy said...

i think the icicle as murder weapon has already been used, but there are variations! the biggest probkem is the handle. i think it would slide through your hand, rather than going to the heart of the matter
and i would not use gill's pretty icicles, in ant case!!

ilanadavita said...

Great captures.

2sweetnsaxy said...

I think icicles are amazing, especially since I never see any. These are great. I really like the last one. It looks like alien fingers coming over the edge.
:-D

VALKYRIEN said...

Great shots of a murderweapon never to be found!

cheshire wife said...

Ingenious interpretation of the title!

Your EG Tour Guide said...

Seems like there are more icicles this year than most...or is that just my imagination?

kden said...

Icicles are so fascinating to watch; they change shape and size quickly. Thankfully ours are gone. Now if we could just get rid of the rest of the snow on the ground.

Skies said...

That's watery indeed, just iced. These are great photos.

Deborah Godin said...

Great! And a little witchy, too (but in a good way-lol)

Mojo said...

Oooh I really like that last one! Kind of disembodied and alien looking. Very cool! (no pun intended)

beautiful said...

Pretty. We don't have them here. But they do look somewhat like stalactite, right?

Poetikat said...

Gill and Judy - Do you recall a Hitchcock (or was it Twilight Zone?) where a woman murdered her husband with a frozen leg of lamb, I think it was. Then she cooked it up for supper.

Sorry to sidetrack from your lovely photos Gill.

Kat

Denise said...

Icicles always make for a fun photo. You have a nice set of them here. Hope you thaw out soon up there.

Carletta said...

I really like the last one too.

Allison said...

Very pretty! The last one is definitely my favorite! We've had plenty of those so far this year. :)

Rudee said...

Looks a lot like my neck of the woods. My eaves are full of ice.

DriveBy said...

Yaay! So pretty icicles! Love the sky on the 3rd photo too!

The Right Blue said...

Interesting. I wonder what causes an icicle to branch like that?

ewok1993 said...

Very nice entry.

Tammie Lee said...

Icicles are so wonderful and you have captured them in a great way!

Strawberry Jam Anne said...

I think those shots say it all for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere! A real winter for most of us this year. A x

Cathy said...

Is it sunny and warm anywhere..everyone has pictures of nasty snow and ice.. I want spring to come really fast...

mommanator said...

didn't just love to punch them down and eat them as a kid? my folks always yelled they would make me sick, but never did!
When I see my grands around them I am worried they will fall and hit them on the head, and it comes full circle!

Tess said...

The photos are so neat! I love icicles!

Janet said...

This reminds me of the icicles on my roof last week. Brr!