Friday, December 11, 2009

Nature Made Ice Sculpture(s) Part 2

After last night's 10 degree freeze the ice formations turned their creativity up a few notches - creating bubbles, drips, swords, sheets, icicles, swallowing branches and coating rocks. The endless abstract sculptures actually made me forget that my finger tips, lips and nose are freezing into numb useless extremities...at least for a little while. Check out the shapes I found while out in the woods collecting firewood...
Dat's me behind some ice that created a giant frozzel bubble around a big stick in the stream...
NOw... How did it make that blop freeze upward? From a drip? How wild!

This last one is the most interesting phenomena - the wet mud shoots up these lines of ice that kinda look like a rock formation or maybe Superman's home planet. :)
XoXoooox

3 comments:

Mokihana and Pete said...

Cold cool. I love SuperMan's planet. Mokihana

Leslie wears organic clothing and plays in dirt said...

Thanks Mokihana!
I loveeeee ice sculptures. And superman. :)

LA Ice Sculptures said...

Thanks for sharing these natural ice sculptures. I have personal collection of these types of natural
ice sculptures.