« the bluenose ship jacket's return voyage | Main | the show starts today »

January 05, 2010


Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.


Lovely photos; especially that last one!


I haven't to been to any such place where there is a snowfall yet.I loved all those pictures you have pasted in the post, those are really incredible.You are lucky to see all those live through your own eyes, where here i am dying to see such scenes on my own.


Oh, icicles ! I've never seen any "for real", so I'm enjoying yours fully :) The maple seeds are so beautiful in the ice too ... magical, a bit mysterious ...
And yes of course I see the snow troll ! :) The last pics make me think of the little winter displays I've made.


Love your ice photos. One of the icicles looks like a snail upside down :)


I see it! :0

Lisa (Lou Lou & Oscar)

I haven't seen really big icicles since I was a child but tonight we have a dusting of icing sugar snow. Beautiful images Margie, now I am imaging traversing the Arctic tundra with you.


I love your pictures of snow and ice,so different from ours right now here.I was wondering how you leave everything on the porch to get icy and wet but I suppose that's why it is called ephemeral art!Ariadne from Greece!

Lovely World

Sweet wooden shoes. I keep some on my mantle.

Earth Girl Knits (Emily)

I love the little snow troll and the windblown icicles. :)

The comments to this entry are closed.


Blog powered by Typepad

Flickr Badge

  • www.flickr.com
    This is a Flickr badge showing photos in a set called handmade by me. Make your own badge here.

crafty crow contributor

Creative Commons