"There is another way of putting this. But I forgot it." - Pier Giorgio DiCicco
Pretty indeed but oh my, my hands are turning blue and my nose red at the thought of such COLD. And to think I complain when there's a little wind outside here in England... Brrrrr.
Wind outside as opposed to the wind indoors, which also happens, although it tends to be wind of a different kind.
Argh - the wind was a few days ago. Nice and sunny here today, although still cold.
that is a lovely picture - but coooooold. i bet that dawn doesn't have cold weather like that.
Snow!!!!!!!!!!!!!mavlllq--- a stutter.
I wish I had snow and icy...they're the things which make cold weather worthwhile...'rqnhqsi' - sound made when trying to stop a sneeze
Icicles. I nearly got killed by an icicle. In my defense it was the first time I had encountered them.
Ooh! haven't seen icicles like that in a long time. Lovely!
Zoe - HA HA HA HA HA. I'm expecting an indignant Dawn to show up any moment now...Bob - it's going to be -14 Celsius or something like that tonight. Double Argh.Oh, and if anyone's wondering, it was me that deleted that comment - it had multiple typos in it."gmwjzruz" - the noise I make when it's -20 outside.
Yes - but you know that spring is on its way for real. This is just winter's last gasp. Pretty soon it will be daffodils and lilacs. Hang in there! Haven't you noticed the daylight getting longer, at least?Lovely photo.
Alethea - ta. I still can't comment on your blog over at that other place... love reading it though."xnfphh" - the sound of a Ricardisneeze.
[Enter Indignant Dawn, stage left]"Sputter... sputter... oooo! I'll post my icicle photos on Flicker even though they are out of focus, now!"[Exit, followed by an elephant]
that dawn woman is trying to out-do you. i'd get her, you know, and do her for being a copy-cat.yes, one of them.
Am not, either. I took my photos before I saw his. I did, you know.Also.7 days without a Ricardipus post makes one week.
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