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ice crystals on the window

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those glorious icicles.

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but, of course, it is just ice on the morning’s window.

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but it is simply the setting sun viewed through a new icicle formation hanging from the house

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though it certainly could be given the fall of snow taking place.  This is simply another view of the Kleenex in its box bathed in morning light.

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With still shots I wasn’t quite capturing what I wanted to share especially when the icicle began to melt and water flowed so freely.  So I decided, for the first time, to try out the video feature on my camera.  And while I was tempted to find a tech savvy 10-year old to help me download the video, reorient it, add audio and then upload it into this blog … well, I just plundered along.  No awards will I win for the results but it was fun and I hope to keep learning how to expand what I share in words and images.

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post-blizzard patterns on the windows this morning

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Icicles hanging from a light fixture across the street. Only 8-10 more inches of snow to fall before the storm blows through.  We’ll see what other structures are formed and where.

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in a recycled carry out container grows pea sprouts that are quite tasty with tomatoes and hummus.  In the gold goblet, upland cress is hopefully germinating.  Their sprouts from a previous harvest were quite fine on smoked salmon.  And I think in the clay pots I planted some combination of sunflowers and a spicy mesclun mix.  The sun shines on them bright so we’ll see what happens next. And, meanwhile, outside and down below, that same sun shines intense on a landscape covered in ice and snow.

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