Sunday, April 20, 2008

Gee do ya think it's cold out there?

This is the bottom of our crooked willow.



Pops has been moving around the sprinkler on our lawn and I think he left it here just a tad too long.


Brrrrrrrrhhh. The poor willow tree!



Even the blades of grass are locked in ice.



One last shot.

13 comments:

Autumn said...

Wow! That looks chilly! It is pretty awesome looking though!

Little Old Liz said...

Holy cow! Nice photos.
Did I mention it's in the 70's here today? No?
Wanna join me :-)

Louise Z said...

You get the neatest pictures...even when you write about having a bad day, you find something really great to take a picture of.

Hugs

Kansas A said...

That's it; Me and my clematis is packing up and heading south to see Little Old Liz! Anyone else?

DaviMack said...

Awesome pictures! Hope the tree's OK, though.

jackie said...

I'm coming too!

Wendy said...

Ok, now thats cold! At least you got some very "cool" pictures! I think I'll tag along as well :)

Anonymous said...

beautiful ice sculptures..ab

Beth at I Should Be Folding Laundry said...

brrrr....those pictures make me cold!

dawn said...

Very cool ice. Great photos. We have 4 inches of snow on the ground and the roads look about that colour with some black underneath. It feels like January and it is hard to reconcile the actual date. It feels a little surreal with the weather outside and this amount of daylight (it is still not dark at 9:00 pm). I can see you have green leaves. Our kids will be so thrilled driving through on Wednesday.

Erin said...

Wow, that ice is really pretty. Too bad it's so darn cold. I'm in Kitchener, Ontario and we've been having the most glorious weather here for the last while...very unusual for April!

Wow, you raise chickens. I just might have to start reading you regularly. I'm thinking about getting some hens for my backyard, too. :)

I'm Mikey said...

I think that is soooo beautiful!
When I lived in Montana we used to break the icicles off the house and plant them in a snowdrift, making an "Icicle garden"
Cold, but oh so pretty. I envy you :)

Donna said...

Awesome photos!!