Saturday, March 13, 2010

Help! I'm trapped under the ice!

I couldn't resist this 'face' under a frozen puddle I saw the other day. The bubbles look like two eyes.... Come to think of it, I hope there WASN'T something under there....

This post goes out to Daryl of Out and About in New York, who posted a similar shot the other day. Click on her link above and see another pair of eyes.

Today I decided to join Monochrome Weekend. Check it out.

26 comments:

Daryl said...

Neat and thank you for the link!

If you step back a little this could almost be an aerial view of a black sand beach with a road .. til you get to those eyes ..

Definitely looking at you kid!

Daryl said...

AND I love the new header!!!

Kim said...

Gosh Bibi, for a second I felt like I was back in invertebrate zoology lab looking through a microscope :-). Fun image!

James said...

That is a really cool abstract!

Olivier said...

une belle creation, cela rend bien

Birdman said...

hahahahahahaha! Funny shot w/ text.

bfarr said...

Very cool. Pun intended.

Jacob said...

This is most fascinating...looks like you took it from the top of a mountain of a winding river with a huge monster hidden in the trees!

Thérèse said...

E.T. go home!!
I simply love it!

Louis la Vache said...

Are you SURE this isn't an image from a slide under the microscope in a high school biology lab?!

Lily Hydrangea said...

that is really freaky Bibi! like someone or something is under there!
Nice banner photo.

Shannara said...

Pretty cool one! =)

Aileni said...

Well observed.

Bengbeng said...

an unusual entry. beautiful too in an unusual way

Rebecca said...

Funny!

Anne said...

Oh oh, a nice, funny and horror picture, all in one :-)

Ribbon said...

I like your renovations... it's looking great here and I love this shot too.

best wishes always
Ribbon ;)

Nydia said...

OH I'd knock on the ice just to check it out! LOL Creative photo!

Kisses from Nydia.

Jacob said...

Happy Saturday!

Re your comment on Ocala DP - I don't know anything, really, about this bike...but yes, it is costly...I'm guessing that it probably cost the owner $50K or more...I've seen some Harleys that cost up to $75K USD!

Mim said...

I love this photo - I think it's great to see images in nature, takes keen eyes to find the image

Julie said...

Wonderful composition here, Bibi. Especially the snaking crack. Quite beautiful ...

Kilauea Poetry said...

No kidding..just what I thought! Love it-

Chuck Pefley said...

LOL!!

Glen Hartjes said...

Wonderful abstract!

Dragonstar said...

That's incredible! What a find! You could make a poster of this.

prashant said...

I love the new header!!!
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