Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Icicles/ Watery Wednesday

Icicles on Pine


Icicles on Spruce


You can find more photos celebrating Watery Wednesday at http://waterywednesday.blogspot.com/

36 comments:

Jan said...

Oh, my, these are great images. I love the top won the best, but it's hard to choose. Great Watery photos.

RuneE said...

Those are just plain fun to catch - an well done.

PS I had uniform quite like that, but with two ordinary stripes for a period... ;-)

2sweetnsaxy said...

Wow, these are beautiful! Great captures! And yes, I saved plenty of shots for Watery Wednesday. It's up now.
:-)

Tanya said...

These are so crisp that I can smell the pine!

Small City Scenes said...

Perfect for watery Wednesday.
The reasons the Ski area closed on Pilchuck was actually more politcal than no snow but we leave it at that. It is gone and now it is a State Park. There are many ski areas open all around there so there is room for everybody. AND...The fellow poling along in the water must have been freezing because it was freezing out. Some people think they are Polar Bears--I guess. LOL MB

Lilly said...

Wow!

Craver Vii said...

Tanya's right-- you can almost smell the pine. Looks refreshing!!!

We've got some weather starting to hit us (Chicago) right now. Your photos make it look so desirable to be in the cold. :-)

Tink *~*~* said...

I especially like the first one. I think that would be lovely in a black frame. Good job!

Tink *~*~*
My Mobile Adventures *~*~*

People with Cameras said...

These are amazing! Well done,they're just gorgeous.

Carletta said...

Wonderful! Postcard perfect like so many of your photos are. :)

Always a visual treat coming here.

babooshka said...

Perfect. This is really sharp shooting.

Leedra said...

Lovely, icicles are always nice, no matter what stage.

Brit' Gal Sarah said...

Amazing shots!

Askew To You said...

Ooh, pretty!

kayleen said...

So real one feels like you could touch the snow and ice through the computer screen. Thanks for sharing.

Gmj said...

Fantastic work with the camera. I love to eat the ice off the pine trees, it tastes like the tree, very refreshing. :)

Sara Chapman in Seattle said...

These two images are stunners. Thanks for a couple of great posts.

Gattina said...

That looks so beautiful !!

BNS said...

What an interesting concept for WateryWednesday.

Denise said...

Those are just wonderful photographs. I couldn't pick between them.

Leora said...

Both are lovely. The top has more blue, the bottom slightly to the yellow.

Lawstude said...

wow. looking at these photos make me feel cold. never felt a snow before. we do not have snow in my country. just sun and rain.

Liesel's Garden Party said...

Beautiful winter scene <3

see you there! said...

Frozen Watery... clever!

Darla

Shellmo said...

Gorgeous!!

Deborah Godin said...

This is what I love about WW - lots of impressive big water shots, and then perfect little water moments like this - not to be missed!

Rose said...

Beautiful!

Snowbird said...

Beautiful pictures.

Photo Cache said...

A beautiful sight.

Connie said...

I like these pictures. Nice.

ramblingwoods said...

You have some beautiful winter photos here and I would not have thought of this for WW...

Rambling Round said...

Oh, I am so jealous that y'all have snow! Great photography.

Natural Moments said...

It's as if your photo took me to that moment and feeling in time.

Paz said...

Beautiful!

Paz

Mary said...

Oh how beautiful!

Mary said...

Brrrrr....but beautiful!

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