Sunday, March 25, 2012

Angelmorphosis 3 - The meltdown has begun


The temperature finally got above freezing today (just barely)—enough to start melting along our eves. I walked down to the ice angel to see what was happening. There are little icicles starting to form under the angel’s arms, but nothing really noticeable. As long as temperatures stay warm the angel will soon start changing. I'll probably be posting photos more often.

 








The most striking thing was the brilliant spot of blue on the lower right portion of the angel’s wing. The spotlight that illuminates the angel at night is actually on all the time, and in this photo is at a right angle to my line of vision. The ice is refracting the spotlight’s beam towards me. If you look closely you can see hints of blue throughout that layer of ice.

Check out the other posts in this series:
Angelmorphosis 1 
Angelmorphosis 2 
Angelmorphosis 4 
Angelmorphosis 5 
Angelmorphosis 6 
Angelmorphosis 7
Angelmorphosis 8 
Angelmorphosis 9
Angelmorphosis 10  
Angelmorphosis 11 
Angelmorphosis 12
Angelmorphosis 13
Angelmorphosis 14     

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