Tuesday, February 8, 2011

Wordless Wednesday: Slippery snow melt...





 
 

54 comments:

  1. Oh yes! Definitely looks slippery.

    Stay warm. Don't slip.

    Velva

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  2. Carol, sweetie, it's TUESDAY!! I know you're in a different time zone, but not that far ahead!! :)

    I need to knock down icicles..one really long..

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  3. Be careful where you stand!! Great photo. :)
    Have a great day!

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  4. What a fun picture! Careful not be under it when the snow melt starts.

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  5. Cool picture, Carol...it is snowing here as I type, enough winter, where the heck is spring!

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  6. How nice that it was warm enough to melt...even if only a little bit! :)

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  7. All gone, it's melted, but so cool how it melts!

    And Barb (Foley) wise guy, you know Kathleen said the blog calendar is not normal. She said "Saturday is Sunday, Sunday is Monday,Monday is Tuesday. so it's Tuesday, therefore it must be Wednesday in Blogland! I think!

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  8. Good Gawd, don't stand too close to that!

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  9. I understand about slippery, when snow turn to ice. That's why we did not do much hiking in Big Bear.

    It would be so interesting watching the ice melt, dripping slowly! Cool!

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  10. The sky was blue and sun was shining in London today, and looking at your picture has got me wishing for snow. I think I might just be crazy!

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  11. You are right, Carol! Not normal! :)
    Get that 4th of July post ready!

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  12. At least it's melting. That's progress towards spring.

    Have a terrific WW. :)

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  13. Mother Nature is one powerful dame!
    Mitch

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  14. Cool catch with your camera!

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  15. Nice shots. So glad it's slowly starting to melt! :)

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  16. ha! just don't stand under that or you'll be sorry for sure! kind of like a mini version of the Dallas stadium last week!!

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  17. great pic but now I'm glad I'm in the tropics!

    Our post is http://blog.lepak.com/2011/02/wordless-wednesday-how-to-rest.html

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  18. makes me want some ice-cream >.<

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  19. Oww if that slipped off on some one walking beneath it I think it would definitely hurt. We have been having the most beautiful weather of the year, far surpassing last summer which was mostly weeks and weeks of cold drippy fog.

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  20. Goodness, a whole sheet just sliding off? Wow!

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  21. Oh, that's funny--I wouldn't walk under that anytime soon! I can't wait until the snow here starts melting.

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  22. As much as I'm really tired of winter and snow shots, that's pretty cool!

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  23. Watch where you step.
    Cool capture.

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  24. nice captures but be careful where you stand.

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  25. I like when that happens, I only ever see it on my car though!

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  26. What a great picture! We're got ice on our bin too, except with all the melting and refreezing its full of drips all the way along the border.

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  27. I bet there are some little kids ( or not so little!) who'd love to get up on that roof!

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  28. Looks a lot like our house! Lots of snow and ice! Looking forward to the meltdown this weekend!

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  29. I am anxious for our snow to start sliding; we are back in a deep freeze up here; thank you for your visit Carol.
    Rita

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  30. I don't want to imagine what would happen to someone standing under this.

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  31. Oh, sheet ... of snow sliding off the roof. Great capture!

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  32. Great shot! I sure wouldn't want to be standing under it, though... ;)

    WW: Reflection

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  33. Feeling very grateful there is no snow here!

    Thanks for linking up at my linky :)

    Gina
    http://myfloridaparadise.blogspot.com

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  34. what a cool photo!! My shed in the backyard looks like that (x3 with the snow) & i remember seeing it sliiiiiide off last year.

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  35. Be Safe! ~ Just had a friend near Boston, MA on Saturday, whose entire ceiling in kitchen fell in while they were gone - something they called an "ice dam"?? So much snow and ice and the weight of it and then it seeped thru and under the dormers and eaves???

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  36. Now please don't be standing under that gutter when that snow gives way. You'd need a bicycle helmet to prevent injury. I hope you have a great day. Blessings...Mary.

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  37. Hi there, Looks exactly like my Wyoming roof today. We are having a warm spell at 2F (above 0 for a change)
    Hopping on Wednesday from http://www.grandmasezso.com/2011/02/somewhat-wordless-wednesday-with-linky.html
    Please do drop in. I am a new follower here and happy to be one!
    Laurie

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  38. It's dangerous when it slipped away while someone was just walking by....

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  39. A perfect WW post for this week .... I've only taught for 2 of 7 possible school days this month! All because of that "white stuff"! And I'm in TEXAS..... Happy WW!

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  40. I am doing my first Wordless Wednesday Blog hop, and am now following you!
    Hope you can stop my blog too!

    ~KerrieLynn ღೋ☙❤
    KLsCupboard.blogspot

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  41. Wowzers — don't stand underneath it, huh?!

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  42. Oh boy..we have icicles hanging over our head, and is as tall as 3 feet!

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  43. Very cool... I love that something's finally melting! Is it Spring yet? :p

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  44. do not stand under a roof made of snow! just thought I'd warn ya ;)

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  45. That's a really neat photo!
    ~Judy

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  46. its frozen!! looks dangerous too....

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  47. It's all melted, I knocked it off with a shovel after the picture. It was the roof of a shed, the only thing it could land on was some garbage pails but it looked pretty cool frozen and half off the shed like that.

    Thanks for all the nice comments. I appreciate it! Happy WW, have a great week!

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  48. Yikes I think I would stay away from that!

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  49. What a photo! We have been snow covered for two weeks now but they say a warm up is coming this weekend. I hope there is alot of melting, so we will have to watch where we are walking as well. Try to stay warm!
    Blessings!

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