Wordless Wednesday: Hold Your -- Icicle

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  1. Icicles are awesome!

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  2. Anonymous9:31 PM

    I saw a big bunch of those come crashing down outside the hair stylist's today, pretty, but don't stand under them:)

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  3. once again the beauty of nature shows itself in many different ways!

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  4. Beautiful danger! I posted some of those hanging off our church roof on Christmas Eve. Our weather has been really warm lately -- considering we are still in winter that is.

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  5. Anonymous10:41 PM

    Wow! I think some of those are going to grow even down here tonight!

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  6. Wow...was that taken at your house? Great shots. Happy WW my friend. Thanks for stopping by:)

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  7. Those are both amazing shots Sandy. I've been photographing snow all day but haven't had any icicles to shoot yet.

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  8. We have lots of icicles here! I love the way you captured the texture in that first shot. It's hard to do.

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  9. i wish we had icicles here too. but at least we're having a colder weather coming from the siberia.

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  10. Lovely images, nice compositions, Sandy!
    Stalagmites or stalactites?

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  11. woooowww!!! that's amazing!!!! i never seen such thing like that.!

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  12. Anonymous2:24 AM

    We really don't get to see many icicles here in Hawaii. They are beautiful -- like crystal carvings.

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  13. Wow those are impressive icicles Sandy!

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  14. Very cold. But very beautiful.

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  15. Ahhhhh... Your photo's just allowed some of the stress of today to melt from my mind much as your icicles will melt into the earth.

    It was a much needed and much appreciated night cap. Lovely.

    Sleep in peace, my friend.

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  16. Hi Sandy, those are fantastic shots of icicles. I can only imagine the cold there :)

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  17. Beautiful !!
    and congratulations to your new President ! I think for the first time a lot of Europeans watched an inauguration !

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  18. That first shot is so wild, great capture Sandy.

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  19. Anonymous6:20 AM

    What a incredible composition!

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  20. brrrrrrr but beautiful!

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  21. I have never seen these in person before, but they are just amazing!

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  22. brrrr! that looks so cold... and i'd better watch my steps and head... the icicles might not be sharp but i believe their coldness will be enough to get a scream out of me, especially when they touch the back of my neck:)

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  23. Icicles...they look cool! Brr... COLD actually.

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  24. I looooove icicles! Thanks for sharing these photos Sandy!

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  25. Interesting, unique pictures, Sandy

    The first looked like an abstract painting..:)

    wishes
    devika

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  26. Anonymous10:29 AM

    I've got this weird temptation to break one of the icicles off and put in a glass of coke...must be the humid weather these days where I'm in :P

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  27. nice photos, very creative. there is beauty to be found in winter and extreme cold.

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  28. I absolutely love your photos, Sandy..they speak of your poetic soul :)

    My friend, Shirl, is doing a Desert Island Plant Challenge on Thursday. The idea is, you choose three plants you couldn't live without on your desert island. Fancy joining in the fun? Here is her link.

    http://blog.shirlsgardenwatch.co.uk/

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  29. I love the 1st photo, Sandy! Catchy title too. LOL I went into my blog today & noticed Sky Watch had been removed from mine which I thought was strange. I know I had been away from it for a few weeks due to the holidays, but I posted for it last Friday with a really good photo which you commented on. Just wondering about this. Thought you might know something.

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  30. Yeah, I gotta go with the majority here. That first shot really rocks!

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  31. That is so beautifull !!
    Really nice picture !
    / Pernilla

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  32. Anonymous1:12 PM

    Amazing icicles! I'm delighted you share winter photographs like these so I can experience a bit of it vicariously.
    Hugs and blessings,

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  33. Wow! you get a lot of comments. Nothing like being popular.
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  34. Anonymous2:00 PM

    You can keep them. :)

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  35. I love that first picture ... the colors are inspiring. I like the cold, but have gotten to old to try and adapt --- and cold weather play havoc with my joints --lol.

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  36. Damn, how cold is it where you are? New York is not far away from CT, I better take extra sweaters and socks this weekend...!

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  37. I saw some of those in the freezer of the small fridge I have in the garage. Pappy

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  38. I have similar pictures, I have to post them! in the meantime, here is so warm...

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  39. What great pictures of the icicles. Fortunately we haven't had anything quite that large around here.

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  40. Very Pretty. We want you to keep them, we hardly ever have any down here. Once in the last nine years and that was on the faucet that I left dripping.
    Mrs. Jim says "Thanks for the BD wishes."
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  41. beautiful, miss the icycles

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  42. Anonymous1:31 PM

    very nice; like a very nice painting... a very nice liquid painting.

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  43. Anonymous1:55 PM

    Awesome shots...Love the close up particularly.

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  44. Brrrrr.....The snow and ice has melted away here. The kids are so disappointed.

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