Thursday, February 6, 2014

Frozen Wave?

One of the buildings at my principal worksite features a greenhouse which is a popular place for our visitors to sit and have a bite to eat. With the recent snowstorms, the roof of the greenhouse has been covered with a light coating of snow and ice, which is melting to create an unusual formation. It looks a lot like a wave caught in mid-crest:

Here is the formation from a slightly different angle:

The pity is that, where you see it abruptly end, I had to use a broomstick to knock down a portion of the formation which was hanging over a doorway like a cold, translucent Sword of Damocles. I don't even want to think about how much that beautiful thing must have weighed, seeing that it could have come down with crashings and smashings on my poor, tender head.


Aunt Snow said...

That is awesome!!

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mikey said...

That oughta be in the dictionary next to the entry for C-C-C-COLD!!!

Smut Clyde said...

crashings and smashings

Sounds like an excuse for swearing and beering.

M. Krebs said...

Cool. How long did it take to get that way?