Monday, February 23, 2009

ODD SHOTS


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After the snow had melted about a month ago, I was walking to my friend's home to visit her and saw this puddle that was frozen after the recent snow melt. There's lots of ruts and big holes along the old Evergreen Hiway which is now mostly used by people that live on the street. They have big, beautiful homes so I don't understand why they don't repair their road. . . Anyway, the frozen melted snow made a wonderful odd shot! CLICK on it to see an even better ice photo.

11 comments:

Katney said...

Ice does some really interesting shape shifting.

Stop back to the comments on my post to see explanations. there are no cupcakes.

becky aka theRAV said...

That is a beautiful shot, Paulie. It looks like one of those pretty, rocks cut so you can see all the rainbow colors. I read all your comments on mine. Thanks for being my faithful follwer.

R and J said...

Narure makes wonders...

Gypsy at heart said...

How neat....it looks like a slice of rock, and it is very observant of you to catch it just right.
Thanks for stopping by and taking the time to read.

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Anonymous said...

Your puddle photo reminds me of either an abstract painting, or a slice across a blue tree trunk with its tree rings. Cool!
Elaine

SandyCarlson said...

The ice looks like an agate.

Hilda said...

That's actually a lovely ice puddle! It looks like the water froze in parts, hence the pattern. I like it. Wonderful Odd Shot!

Linda said...

Clever picture for sure. It does resemble some kind of rock formation. cool!

Malyss said...

It looks like a modern painting, or a work of crystal of Murano. Great odd shot

dot said...

To me it looks like an aerial view of a landscape.

storyteller said...

Very kewl find ;--)
Thanks for the enthusiastic birthday wishes! I spent a wonderful day with my sister and will remember THIS birthday for a long time.
Hugs and blessings,

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