Monday, March 1, 2010

Would You Believe.../ Ruby Tuesday

We grow icicles BIG here!



Seeing red? Why not join in the Ruby Tuesday fun, by visiting MaryT at http://workofthepoet.blogspot.com/

34 comments:

Shammickite said...

Thos icicles deserve a GOLD MEDAL!!!!!

see you there! said...

Good Heavens! That looks like a frozen waterfall.

Darla

Jarart said...

OMG! That is awesome!

cieldequimper said...

Is that next year's Christmas card? ;-) You could even use the wonderful bubbles for the inside of the card!

Small City Scenes said...

Dang it's cold in your Ruby world. Hey you could use this as theme day too. Passageway. HMMmmm.
I hope you all warm up soon.
It is a super picture though. As someone mentioned it would make a great Christmas Card. MB

Cezar and Léia said...

ohmigod what a shot!
MASSIVE!
Léia :)

Nora Johnson said...

What a beautiful pic - priceless!

Happy Ruby Tuesday!

LOLA:)

maryt/theteach said...

This is one time my eye didn't go to the RED things - Couldn't get my eyes off those incredible icicles!! :)

Rebecca said...

What do you feed your icicles? My goodness they are giant!

ilanadavita said...

Incredible! The more I see your shots the more I wish I could visit Canada.

Jacob said...

Methinks those are some of the biggest icicles I've ever seen - especially here in Florida! ;-)

Love the doors!

Marsha's Mpressions said...

beautiful photo!!!

Ralph said...

These are very LARGE icicles. Canada is a big place, and the roof ice sculptures equally large. The ruby trim qualifies for RT, the Great White North is a fact!

kaye said...

mighty big!

Patti said...

Frozen waterfall alert! ;-) Those are some icicles.

Would I believe? Well I guess seeing is believing.

Happy Ruby Tuesday ~

Carletta said...

Astonishing! Awesome find!
This is one Ruby post EVERYBODY is going to be talking about. :)
Mine’s here: Round The Bend.

marcia@joyismygoal said...

Wow awesome shot that is way cool

Dianne said...

wow!!
those are huge and really beautiful
and they look even more fantastic against the red

Kris said...

Oh. My. God.

We've had a crazy winter here in Norway, but nothing I've seen can beat this! Extreeemely cool! (<- in both meanings)

Auntie E said...

Now that's a winter fossil... How low can it grow.

Becky and Gary said...

Yes you do! That's a winner!! The red door just sets it off perfectally.
B.

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Holy Cow... Yours is the 2nd blog post I've looked at today with HUGE icicles. I've never seen any that big!

Thanks for sharing, EG.
Hugs,
Betsy

Jama said...

I simply can't take my eyes off those icicles, they are humongous!

Maria said...

Looks amazing. I love icicles:)
Happy RT

Stephanie V said...

Those are the most amazing icicles! Like a frozen river not just a steady drip. Great find with those beautiful red doors and the warm brick. No wonder there was melting.

♥ Kathy said...

That's CRAZY! Happy Ruby Tuesday

Felisol said...

How on earth could this happen? The waterfalls back home have similar icicles. You've made me wonder what's behind that red door.

Judy said...

Well, you know what they say - go big or go home! And you sure can't get icicles much longer than these!

Susan L (lily40au) said...

the red poking out behind the icicles is magical.

Miss. Clippy said...

Whoa! That is awesome! I love how that red pops out behind all the whites of the icicles :)

Marice said...

aww thats pretty huge and looks scary too!

u may view mine here

The Cunning Runt said...

I can't see ice without needing to climb it. This would be a most delicate challenge, taking time and patience and endurance.

But alas, it's a fleeting phenomenon, and I'm not there!

lisaschaos said...

Those are some massive icicles! wow!

Rose said...

I do believe it cause I have seen some here that long...only out on overhanging rocks.

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