Wednesday, March 5, 2008

Ice Ice Baby!!!





Found these little ice sculptures on one of our walks. Thought they were too cute!! :) Guess it's a great way to enjoy the SNOW!!! Had more snow today... and we are expecting more snow all weekend... Don't think I'll ever see my tulips... :(

14 comments:

Kristina said...

Fun snow finds. Brrr...looks so cold there. Like the first one. How do you do that? Something on my list of things to learn.

Jason said...

Those are awesome! I am amazed at the people that can do that. Nice shots

Val said...

ver cool find!

Photography by Kristen Wagner said...

Wow those are so fun! What a nice treat to find on a walk.

Danielle said...

How fun. Someone did a huge sherk by dh's grandmas house. I wish I would have got a picture of it before it melted. I really love the 1st one.

pat said...

What a fun idea--at least someone is enjoying the snow. Look at it this way; by the time everyone else's tulips are a memory, or at least fading, you will be enjoying fresh vibrant ones.

Becky said...

The title of your post is what I always think of with ice photoa...in fact, I think I've titled at least one of my posts the same thing:-) Nice captures of cute sculptures. Love the sunflare in that first shot too. How are you feeling?

cari said...

I am begining to wonder if we will ever see the tulips here also...anyway...wonderful photos!
Cari

jewels said...

Those are awesome! :) The snow looks crisp and white. And I feel chilled just looking at them!

Cheers,
jewels

Margaret said...

Those are wonderful. I love them! I guess doing something like that is a good way to enjoy the snow. Oh, but spring will be here soon, right???

Mandy said...

Now those are some impressive ice sculptures. I really love them. I love your angle on the last one. It really shows just how detailed they are.

Gypsy Girl said...

Cool ice sculptres. Looks really cold.

HLIP said...

That is one cool bridge! I just saw the snow sculptures too. Fun photo subjects.

rantergirl said...

Wow, the pics are so great. I live in South Africa and we dont get snow like that here. Thanks for showing something different. :)