Friday, November 28, 2008

Winter's Old Black Magic

Remember theses Old Black Magic lyrics by Harold Arlen: Those icy fingers up and down my spine/ That same old witchcraft....? I'm thinking these icicles look a bit like witch's fingers. Anyone else thing so too?

12 comments:

marina said...

It looks like white crevices of the wall! Or a full box of cotton which has gashed at its sides! Rich imagination, don't you think?

Small City Scenes said...

It does, doesn't it. Spooky. We are having such mild weather here. Go to my other blog:
http://www.day4plus.blogspot.com
and have a look at our mild weather. MB

Gmj said...

Okay, the queen of gross... Did you kids ever come in with runny noses in cold weather?? Mine did and.... :D

Becky and Gary said...

Those DO look like icy fingers. Great catch!
Your weather looks much like ours. It's snowing here right now, and 31ยบ-
-1C. More snow on the way.

Paz said...

Now that you point it out, I think so, too. It looks beautiful but I do not look forward to the snow, especially in the city.

Paz

Jan said...

Love the title and the photo.

Blognote said...

A beautiful old-fashioned winter of way-back-when we would call this here in Arona. We just had some watery snowflakes yesterday but that was all. It is years ago when we were covered in snow for a few days. I will post a picture of Arona in snow as a Christmas card to all blogger friends.
Have a good weekend! Cheers

Mary said...

Yes, they do look like icy fingers. And I'm shivering just looking at them!

Sioux said...

Great photo. We hardly ever get ice cycles here in Texas.

BJ Roan said...

I think winter has arrived. We are supposed to get snow flurries tonight, but not expecting accumulation, thank goodness!

2sweetnsaxy said...

I've never lived in snow so I've never seen anything like this. I think it's amazing.

PERBS said...

I love it! The snow on the roof and the long icicles -- looks like old man winter came early for you!

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