It's freezing this morning... literally.
This is what happens when the temp is 22°F
and the city turns on the irrigation water for the season.
Isn't it magical?
Best viewed by tiptoeing out onto the grass...
But be sure to wear your shoes...
cuz it's a little frosty out there.
Sweet kudos to my daughter
who discovered this marvel as she drove to school
early this morning.
And a badge of honor to me
for braving the cold to take the pics.
So glad I had my shoes on.
Welcome to my gardens...
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Wow! That's amazing! And, verrrry cold to have made such long icicles. Thanks for braving the cold to share. Stay warm!ReplyDelete
Woah! I have never seen anything as extreme as that! It doesn't look real! Thank you for sharing this - it is an image I will never forget.ReplyDelete
Yes, I can imagine your delight at the blogging opportunity! A beautiful capture ;)ReplyDelete
Oh my that is some seriously thick ice there. I would have thought there was some big damage breaking some of the limbs off with the weight of it.ReplyDelete
Wow I am shocked they would have irrigation on this early...we have so much rain right now and are flooded.ReplyDelete
Huh. That's wild. One of my friends said she has natural icicles in her trees. This time of year is crazy, isn't it?ReplyDelete
We thought it was amazing, too. Not only for the icicles, but also because the ground is already quite wet from the rain.ReplyDelete
It always feels warm and good when you can make someones day. So glad you dropped by!ReplyDelete
Honestly I only took the pics because my daughter wanted to post them on her instagram. And then I realized... they may just make a good post. :)ReplyDelete
Beautiful, but I hope the tree isn't damaged.ReplyDelete
The trees survived. All is well. Today is Spring, but what will tomorrow bring? Crazy weather.ReplyDelete
Oh, ummmm wow. Well someone should have checked the temperatures and not just the calendar...what's with people. That poor tree, it's probably a goner.ReplyDelete
Great shots, hope you warmed up by now.