Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Skylight Snowmelt

13 comments:

  1. Hi Jeanne what an amazing photo. Yet what is it?
    Hugs Dagmar

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  2. looks a bit like a frozen whirlpool! I see you have SUNSHINE :)

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  3. Hi Dagmar, it's the snow melting on my skylight. And yes, Becky...sun today! Pam...I'm so jealous you're in FL. I'm so tired of beautiful snow. (sigh)

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  4. very interesting photo ... I like the color gradient

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  5. Interesting - I can't quite figure out how you took this picture. Is it from the inside or the outside?

    So nice to see sunshine.
    Patrina ><<(">

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  6. Hi cool to hear wat it was. And you said in your title it was a skylite...just wondered how were when what...I understand now (silly me).

    Hope you have some more of that gorgious sun today. I'm off to work only two more days to go...yhaaa. Then I'm off for a week before my new job starts.
    Hugs Dagmar

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  7. Its one of those pictures that look great from any angle!

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  8. so abstract.so cool looking !

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  9. That is a specky photo. It almost looks like some ufo sighting. Hope you are staying warm. Have a great weekend Jeanne.

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  10. I just came over from Patrina's blog! The snow and ice photos are 'sent down from the Father of Lights' - beautiful!

    And I am joyfully surprised to see that you live CLOSE by - in my neck of the woods!!! That's Awesome! I hope we can meet someday!
    I invite you to journey here to Shepherd's Walk - the Prayer Path at Sweetbriar in Blogland OR someday.... in person!

    Choosing JOY, Stephanie
    JESUS ONLY in 2010

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  11. That is so interesting! I love it! You can change perspective and make it look like a mountain, too. SO cool!

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  12. This is a really cool photo! I hope this is it for you in the snow department. xo

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