Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Watery Wednesday

I love this house in North Gower,

except for the icicles. They are a little extreme.


This is the window to my room, for when I am actually living there, rather than daydreaming.

16 comments:

Deb said...

frozen water....

Clytie said...

What an absolutely beautiful house - and what amazing ice formations!

Stine in Ontario said...

It sure is decorated with icicles! They show up well against the brick.

joo said...

I would be surprise if you didn't like it! Its beautiiful, and the icicles make it even prettier:)

Jenn Jilks said...

Our local town buildings have the same icicle issues!

Coffeedoff said...

Wow amazing icicles!

MedaM said...

Oh, it is very cold there. Those icicles make beautiful and interesting decoration. Your photos are beautiful. I especially like the first one.

storyteller at Small Reflections said...

Wow ... what great icicles! Careful where you stand when it warms up, right?
Hugs and blessings,

Jossie said...

Amazing. Never seen so many icicles.

J Bar said...

That's an amzing sight to me who has hardly ever seen snow.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

Carletta said...

What a lovely old house!
It somehow reminds me of a Stephen King movie about to open with some sinister music playing. :)
The house looks like the icicles will soon take it over.
Super shot!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Gripped by icicles
old redbrick house hunkers down
to wait out winter.

Tracy said...

Dazzling... dangerous, but beautiful with that thick frosting of icicles... Gorgeous house! *swoon*... :o)

Roses and Lilacs said...

Oh my goodness, beautiful but dangerous. I hit a low hanging one while opening the back door and it fell on my head:)
Marnie

George said...

Thanks for a frigid Watery Wednesday. I like the icicles, but I agree that they are somewhat extreme. I wonder how much bigger they will grow. I like the house, too.

Sherri said...

That looks like my world!

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