Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Now, about those arms...


Sun and blue skies after yesterday's storm. This fine snowman showed up, jaunty despite some rather strange anatomical details!

The marshmallow snow was dripping off the trees in balls of ice. Crack! Crack! falling bits ricocheting off my car while I was driving down the street.

16 comments:

B SQUARED said...

Ole block head has some interesting arms

Leif Hagen said...

That's a very, very good looking snowman - best I've seen in a long time! No snowdogs with it but still very nice!

Carolyn said...

That's some pretty dense marshmallows if they can threaten to leave dents!

Gunn said...

You have so many beautiful winter shots, and this is a very nice!!:-)

Lucy Corrander said...

Hip level arms might be handy for shop lifting.

At first, I thought they were daffodils.

Thanks for your message. I seem to be able to access blogger and Blogspot blogs again. Don't know what was wrong, nor how it came right so don't know if it will happen again! Very frustrating!

Lucy

Kaori said...

Ooh, love this shot! This has got to be the most handsome snowman I've seen! The yellow mittens and blue scarf? Classy ;)

Lois said...

He is cute! I like his hat.

Sue (Someone's Mom) said...

Uh, the arms do seem to be located in the wrong part of the body:)

cieldequimper said...

Your marshmallow snow shot is gorgeous. As for the snowman, I would have looooooved to help build it! Maybe the arms would have been higher but that's probably because I'm taller than the little 'un who finished him off!

Jacob said...

It's nice to see that people in Three Rivers still have a sense of humor! This thing does represent a few people I know who seem to get bigger from the top down!

Per Stromsjo said...

Getting bigger from the top down must be great in a winter storm! Stability is key.

helenmac said...

an Olympian of snowmen! great photo from a great winter day and the best snow yet for snowball fights and snowmen!

helenmac said...

Maybe those objects are his gold medals?

Julie said...

Not sure how you all continue to cope with this length and depth of winter.

BlossomFlowerGirl said...

A very elegant snowman indeed. Nice hat. Did you build him? Why are snowmen alwasy called snowman - aren't there any snowwomen?
Cheers.
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VP said...

His color sre cool!