I'm having so much fun looking at the world through the lens of my Panasonic Lumix DMC-LX3.
I will share my world of Rocklin, California and points North, South, East and West.
Come and enjoy with me.
Now, I thought I was cold!
That's a lot of snow at Lake Tahoe!
Beautiful E! :)
very neat capture.
that is cool, they look like fangshope all is well your way!
Nice photo and good "E" word.
Wow! Great E post....and a GREAT picture!!!!!
Hi PhowaThis is a good choice of E for EVES with ABCwednesday , thank you!I love also your below blosomming flower!Greetings,And please visit my blog for ABC dayJoAnn from Holland
Holy Toledo! Those icicles ARE long! I don't think I've seen any like that here in Canada.
bbbbbbbrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr .. but clever, very clever!
Icicles! Brrr--even tho it's a good photo!!
WOW, I am looking at the icicles. I have NEVER seen one that long.
those are huge.i hope you snapped thoem off and did some jousting :-]
I would't be eavesdropping under those icicles!
Brrr! That looks cold but beautiful.
WOW! those are long and good thing the eaves didn't break
Thank you for your nice comments about my gorgeous new grandson. I'm going to enjoy being a Nana to such a sweet little boy. WOOHOO!We have cold weather like that too... must go out and take some icicle pics.
OH! Those icicles are EXQUISITE!!!!!!!!! Love the snow on the roof too. Excellent choice for E.
Oh my!!! That's incredible!!!
Those are amazing! Nice work...
Striking picture with the bright blue behind the chill white! It's wonderful to see so much snow at Tahoe...
WOW, those are awesome icicles...would not want to be anywhere near UNDER them when they drop...
Great photo, I'll surprized you didn't save it for "i" for icicles.
is that how you spell eaves in the US? for a moment I thought it was the names of the house. very icy!
oh I love this photo - it's very severe.
This is very fine.It remember some period of childhood!
Wow! Those are HUGE icicles hanging from your eaves! :D
Even Eves get cold!
WOW! How on earth does that roof stay on?Great choice for ABC!
Oh, my, those really are long!
I knew the word eves didn't look right but thought it was correct....Wrong!!I have now corrected my mistake...EAVES.....Thanks everyone
i think that's one of the biggest icicles i've seen... on a house, anyways. wouldn't want to be standing under it when it decides to break off.
I'm guessing that one icicle is 12 feet or more long. I'm getting on the phone right now and calling Guiness Book of Records ;-)))--steve buser New Orleans Daily Photo
So dramatic, Sue.
Did you stay there while in Tahoe? One year we rented a chalet for the weekend to go skiing. Wonderful icicles.
snow..I am so fed up with snow this season.Yes,it's very pretty,but where oh where can Spring be?!!Lovely photo.
Wow! Never seen iciclesthat long before!Have a Blessed Fun HappyCreative Healthy Year!!!
I see footprints leading up to them. Are they yours? Dangerous but beautiful.
cette photo est très belle, mais il faut pas être en dessous ;o) This picture is very beautiful, but we must not be below ;o)
What an incredible photo - never seen icicles that long! Beautiful, but cold!
Brrr, but spectacular!
This would be good for I as well....Icicles!!! What an awesome shot....love the "E"...this was a hard one for me!!!
Wow those icicles are amazing
Gosh look at the size of those icicles. Wow
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