Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Today's picture/Frozen puddle


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  1. It's getting to be that time of year!

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  2. Reminded me of my childhood, when I lived at the bottom of an unmade (no tarmac) road. Loads of these little thinly iced puddles, and they had a particular sound when cracked! Thanks Nan, and your header pic is beautiful.

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    1. Our road is definitely 'unmade' :<)
      I was lucky to get both those shots. The light was gorgeous.

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  3. Beautiful. Our birdbath was frozen yesterday as it is this morning no doubt.

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    1. I'll have to talk to you about birdbaths sometime. One day birds used ours. One day and that's it. Maybe because there is a stream nearby?

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    2. Are there trees near the birdbath? I've been told they don't like to visit a birdbath unless they can fly quickly to a tree (or bush).

      Enjoy your cold temps! ;)

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    3. There are. It was also tucked into a patch of daylilies so it wasn't out in the open.

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  4. Absolutely beautiful, both the header and the puddle.

    Carole

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    1. Thank you. There's nothing like a cool, crisp sunny morning after a cold night.

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  5. Beautiful photo, Nan. It makes me feel all Christmasy. The lines made me think of sleigh tracks. The header photo is incredible, too.

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    1. I have another picture of that puddle with Tom's morning tire tracks cracking it. :<)

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  6. Can I confess I want to jump on that puddle to hear the satisfying crackling sounds :0)

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  7. We haven't had that kind of frost here yet. It's so pretty to look at but it also makes a fun sound when you step on it ;)

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    1. Thank you! You must have a few yourself.

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  9. I love a frozen puddle. I remember as a kid in Minnesota crunching my way through these on my way to school. I also like the kind where the ice kind of wheezes and squeaks as it bends right before breaking through.

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