Wednesday, December 11, 2013

Visible voltage-ABC WEDNESDAY 'V'


I thought it was interesting to see how the heat from the holiday lights under the snow made a pattern on this perfect conical-shaped tree.  

Linking to ABC WEDNESDAY

21 comments:

  1. That is a great image, makes it complete different.

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  2. That's just too much snow, and its not even winter yet. Beautiful picture though.

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  3. It looks a bit more wintery there than it does here! Well, we don't have that much snow but I bet it's way colder here. ;)

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  4. A winter wonder land! Nice observance.

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  5. That is interesting. I looks like polka-dots!

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  6. Nicely spotted!
    (A little play on words there.)

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  7. that made me laugh! very cool!

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  8. It does make for a good pattern!

    Looks like we've got the same amount of snow.

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  9. We saw the same sunken light look last week at Butchart Gardens. It made the snow glow. You certainly are getting your share of cold!

    (BTW: Thanks for the Capote story recommendation. I read and enjoyed it yesterday (and had a good, nostalgic cry). DH is next in line for it.)

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  10. That looks fantastic. Bet it is magical at night.

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  11. I bet it looks great at night.

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  12. An unusual sight. Very cool, Kate.

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  13. looks like magical lights :) nice capture.

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  14. Huh! That's pretty neat! (And the tree is an inverted V, of course.)

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  15. That is cool!
    Reading comments. Guess there is a biography out on Truman Capote? Back in the day, when I was a stew. I flew a charter with the film crew doing the movie In Cold Blood to Kansas. I have a funny story about that. But! I am way off subject sorry!

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  16. Nice Christmas scene.

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  17. An upside down v is a tree

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  18. That is funny! Creative choice for the V day. :)

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  19. Interesting effect! btw I liked your poetry idea and your right on about the difficulty of finding appropriate material between unrealistic and brutal for that unit. My teaching partner (we taught a double credit English Social Studies high school Humanities class on the Holocaust) used some children's art from a KZ camp.

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  20. Very creative V connection! I, too, like to see this on shrubs with lights.

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