Wednesday, February 15, 2012

M/ Alphabe-Thursday

 MELTING icicles - Fenelon Falls, Ontario

Here in Ontario, MELT is a luscious word, especially in February. Drip does not begin with M but it's a delicious sound. MMMM good!

Patterns and designs in MELTING ice and snow - East Gwillimbury

I am linking to Jenny Matlock at Alphabe-Thursday HERE

38 comments:

Stephanie said...

It is pretty to look at. Glad we do not have that here. Nice shots! :-))

Sandra said...

i like the bubbly one in the lower right hand corner of the collage

Riet said...

Melting and MMMM are great words.LOve your photo's

Giga said...

Świetne zdjęcia. Chciałabym żeby u nas też już topniał lód i śnieg, ale jakoś nie chce :-(. Pozdrawiam. *** Great pictures. We would like to have a melting ice and snow, but I do not want :-(. Regards.

Small City Scenes said...

Brrrrr!!! It just looks so cold. I bet you do love the sound of that melting ice. We had some early snow it disappeared and so far mild weather. Unless Winter rears it's ugly head again---SPRING IS HERE. I am such an optimist. MB

TexWisGirl said...

makes for some pretty images.

Judy said...

Even with our little snowfall the other day, it's starting to melt here today.

Michelle said...

Ice does have a lot of beauty to it.

Kathy said...

Is it the spring thaw already? We have hardly had any winter so far here in my part of Texas!

Malyss said...

Does it mean that spring is about to come back?! i like the patterns of ice when it's melting!

Carver said...

There is something very beautiful about melting ice. I love these shots.

Nancy Reinke said...

Exceptional photos. Love how you captured the designs. Intriguing.

Celeste said...

A beautiful collage of icy shapes.

Donna Heber said...

Wonderful winter photos and icy images.

Tina´s PicStory said...

wonderful pics! :)

Mary said...

Artistry in Ice! Beautiful photos :)

Viola said...

So wonderful ice pictures.. and I can here it's melting.. so does my heart :))))

edenhills said...

These are such great shots. I'm looking forward to a three day weekend, and I really want to go walk out in my pasture and see if I can find some ice/melting.

Lavender Cottage said...

Hi Tina
I love this 'm' word and hope everything is melted and gone by the time we get back in March.
Judith

Erika said...

Gorgeous photos! I am glad we don't have to deal with that all the time but your photos do make snow look wonderful.

Andy said...

Hello.
We recently had some snow, but nothing this extreme. Snow is beautiful when it falls, but I don't like having to clean it or shovel it.
Awesome photos!
Thanks for sharing.

Midnight Rainbow

Lowell said...

Oh, brrrr! But at least things are melting. We drove over to Cedar Key today and I must have seen at least 10 Ontario cars! What's going on? Why are all these Ontarions coming down here? Don't they know it's too cold here? :-)

Vicki/Jake said...

Oh what yuMMy pictures of Melting:)

JDaniel4's Mom said...

There is something special about the drip of snow and ice.

Shammickite said...

It's a bit drippy outside right now and all I can say is HOORAY!

Gillian Olson said...

More ice, I am starting to think that it is very cold where you are!

Randy said...

Ice can make some beautiful photographs.

Martha Z said...

I suspect you still have a few more months of Winter ahead.

Annesphamily said...

Oh these are beautiful! I am amazed to see so many wonderful posts tonight! Thank you for sharing!

anitamombanita said...

Nice ice!

llandudnopictures said...

Looks like things are going to get very wet around there!

☆☆Mumsy said...

Melting icicles is good in my world too. Beautiful photos!

Rocky Mountain Woman said...

We are melting here in the Rocky Mountains also and I couldn't be happier!

Pat Tillett said...

Brrrr!!!

Jenny said...

These photos look very Majestic...

Melt was such a Magnificent word during My days in Ohio...

But out here in AZ, Melt generally refers to the Molton lava-like heat Melting our skin... ((winkwink))

Thanks for linking to the letter "M"!

A+

Judie said...

We had snow here in Tucson on Tuesday, but it melted as soon as it hit the ground! I was grateful!!

Pondside said...

Oh yes, I remember it too! That wonderful first drip drip that signals the possibility of sap and sugar bushes and maybe....spring...

Splendid Little Stars said...

I love all the designs and patterns! I can imagine that melt and drip are luscious words to you!
Reminds me of the time we visited friends in Northern California in the Summer. We were excited to see snow high in the mountains. In fact the kids were joyously playing in it. Our (adult) friends simply grunted. You see, the previous Winter had been their first and they had had to hand shovel more than 8 feet of snow!

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