Friday, December 2, 2016

Friday Foto Friends #56

A few years ago we had an ice storm that covered everything including the trees outside my window in an apartment where I was living in another town. Usually that doesn't get my attention except for the fact It's beautiful to look at but I wouldn't dare go outside until it was safe to walk. But as soon as I spotted what was on the the tree I snapped the following photo. Just to see one that time of year floating around had me wondering as the town I was living in was really rural so who knows where it flew in from. By the next day it was gone. I was glad I took the photo from my window while it was still there.


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6 comments:

  1. What a "cool" (literally) picture! I love ice on trees, as long as I am safe and warm inside! And that yellow balloon just topped it off! Thanks for sharing! We don't get to see pictures like that here in Florida!

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  2. I am surprised the ice on the tree didn't pop the balloon. That is a balloon isn't it? The picture is beautiful and make you wonder, 'where did that come from' ))smiles))

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    1. :) Yes Mary, it is a balloon. I too was surprised it didn't pop.

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  3. A CHRISTmas decoration!!! ;-) Ice storms are truly beautiful if we can stay indoors....and the power doesn't go off! Thanks so much for sharing this great picture. HOPE you have a wonderful weekend!

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  4. The balloon was passing by on its world travels! You got a nice crisp clear photo of it. Trees look wonderful covered in ice but yeah, I stay inside too!
    I didn't mention yet that I am loving your header. I think your view of the church is beautiful.

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