Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Wordless Wednesday


Trapped!

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    1. It's even kind of pretty in person. :)

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  2. Brrrrr.
    Water and electricity don't mix.

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    1. So true. The lights wore out about a week ago. :(

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    1. Haha! I ask myself all the time why I live in New York. ;)

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    1. That's what we said when we saw this yesterday. :)

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  5. WOW on that ball of ice and lights! Hoping it thaws before spring!:)

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  6. Do they still light up? Must be pretty. The extra reflections.

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    1. Oh, I wish they did. They burned out about a week ago. :(

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  7. Those things won't be coming down any time soon! Unless, of course the gutter drops!

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  8. Sooooo, I take it you don't live in San Diego?

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  9. Took me a couple of moments to realize what was trapped. Neat

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    1. We thought it was really cool when we discovered it yesterday.

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  10. Ice can do amazing things. Any chance of it melting by Epiphany? Sorry to hear the lights are a done deal. They sure help spirits on the long nights.

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    1. They really do help the spirits. :)

      I don't think the ice will melt anytime soon. The kids are happy about that.

      Happy New Year!

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  11. Ice exquisite composition, a beautiful photo.

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  12. Very cool! I can relate. We usually have a few huge icicles here, too. (Manitoba, Canada) Too bad about the lights.

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    1. Thanks, Marie. I think icicles are pretty, and I found this one especially intriguing. I can't help but think how awesome it would look if the lights still worked. :)

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  13. Would be pretty to see it lit up at night!

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    1. I know! I wish that strand was still working...

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  14. oooh! that's a wicked icicle! thanks for visiting me on WW!! see you next week!

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  15. Happy New Year, Dana! I hope the light would still work even after the ice melts :)

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    1. I wish it would, but the strand had stopped working just before the lights got trapped inside the ice. :(

      Happy New Year, friend!

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  16. Wow! Look at the ice! Very interesting! I am a new Follower from Jamaica. Happy New Year!
    Judy - Judy H-J's Thoughts

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    1. Thanks for following! I followed your blog, too. I enjoyed your WW post. :)

      Happy New Year!

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  17. What a cool photo! The funny thing is, when I first looked it, it looked like a bird shape (with the wings up around the lights) -- so I wound up taking a second look.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog! :)

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    1. Thanks! I can see the bird shape, too. :)

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  18. Oops, I was typing a comment and I don't know what happened to it.

    Anyway, I had to examine the photo for a little bit before I finally figured out what it was.

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    1. I can see how it would take a little scrutiny.

      Thanks for stopping by!

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  19. oh my; this is very unique!! great picture!

    betty

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  20. hello Dana, wow that's some icicle, sorry about the lights not working but glad it wasn't something living that got trapped,
    thanks for stopping by my blog,
    happy new year, Frances

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    1. Happy New Year to you, Frances. Thanks for stopping by!

      You're right: at least the lights are inanimate. :)

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  21. That picture doesn't need words - cool icicle! Happy New Year.

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    1. Thanks so much! Happy New Year. :)

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  22. Guess you won't be taking down your holiday lights any time soon.

    BTW. If you haven’t joined Wordless Wednesday Bloggers yet, please share your WW at www.wordlesswednesdaybloggers.com each and every week!

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    1. Nope. They'll be staying there for a while!

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  24. that picture look so very unique and creative! nice shot! :)

    here. **Rebecca **

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