March 13, 2013 Wordless Wednesday 37 Comments/ 2538/ 0 The recent snowfall left us with an interesting snow sculpture on our roof. ← Previous Teapot Tuesday Next → The Big Reveal
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You better not stand under that overhang, looks like it could fall down to the grown any minute!
I know!!! It got a bit smaller yesterday but it is still hanging on!
Nature, the first artist
It is pretty, isn’t it??? Until it starts melting and gets all slushy and gross!!! But for now it is very pretty!
That looks kinda familiar and that is a whole lot of snow!
Yep—reports finally said about 13.5 inches which seems about right.
Must have been plenty of wind with that snow to get those results.
It is almost always windy here …unfortunately.
Hey, I thought you lived in Iowa, not Fargo. 🙂
Amazing how it just hangs there. I can’t get over the amount of snow you’ve been getting. It’s crazy and while it’s been chilly here I’m glad I don’t have to deal with the snow. 🙂
It is a little reconfigured this morning but still hanging on a bit!!!
HI Beth Ann,
How did you get out the door to take this picture! What a neat picture! Thanks for sharing.
It actually was not up around the door very much for a change! Thanks for stopping by!!!
Looks too cold for me! http://www.segmation.wordpress.com
It’s always interesting what ends up left over after the snow falls….. so pretty…but so darn cold!
It has reconfigured a bit today and guess what—more snow coming…..
yep….that’s a familiar look to me. Our BBQ makes the best nature snow art sculptures.
Oh yea—BBQ’s do make great snow sculptures. Ours is currently sporting the snowy unidentified object look!
More snow coming? You’ve had a bumper crop of it this year!
Supposedly a little more coming but we shall see. I am ready for spring.
I expect to see these kind of pics in Edmonton – where are you from? I thought it was a little warmer where you are?
Iowa—-we get quite a bit usually. We are almost in Minnesota and they usually get slammed, too. It is all a wonderful winterland right now.
Oh, I know Minnesota – it’s practically next door to Winnipeg where I grew up. And Iowa is close to Minnesota? Sorry, I can’t keep the middle states straight geographically.
Hey –no worries!!!I have to look at maps all of the time!! Iowa is south of Minnesota and since we are so close to the border I think we get all their lovely weather!
And what is Iowa like? Flat prairie or hilly?
Flat as a pancake where we are with few trees. I miss the trees.
What’s with the trees? In NW Ont we were only 45 mins from the tree line (where trees get so stumpy they cannot grow because of weather & daylight), but Iowa is much, much south of there! Aren’t Iowans afraid of a dust bowl?
It is because it was the prairie, I guess. It is so flat with few natural barriers so I would imagine it was susceptible to fire, etc.
It really is pretty. For now—until it gets dirty and slushy. I wouldn’t mind snow if it idid not snow on the roads and sidewalks and if it always looked pretty. Am I asking too much???
WOW!! look at all that snow!!
Yep!!! IT is a lot of snow right now.
It’s bloody hot here!! same earth different season 😉
It is bizarre, isn’t it??? To think of the extremes of our earth and how I can be freezing and you can be sweating!!!!
We are in between rainy season and dry season right now…the weather becomes hot and very humid
Just when you think winter is over… 🙂
I wonder if it is ever going to be over!!!