Monday, December 22, 2008

Oddshots Monday > 915 Redux


You've seen these antlers before but not like this.

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15 comments:

michael bird said...

Very interesting how the antlers provide the framework for a goblet of snow. Served it with a deer burger maybe? Nifty.

Aileni said...

I expect you know that Canada is heading for the first coast-to-coast white Xmas since 1971.

Catherine said...

Ho! it looks like a modern sculpture. Wonderful effect

Bob Crowe said...

Now that's different. Where else could you find something like this except Canada or maybe Sarah Palin's house?

Daryl said...

Heck of a place for a hat rack

:-Daryl

Small City Scenes said...

That is very neat looking. Love the way the snow just wafted in there. Or as Michael bird said-a goblet of snow. MB

Clueless in boston said...

Snow accumulating on the antlers like that is a good indication of how much snow you have.

Belgrade Daily Photo said...

Wow, now that is some THICK snow. I posted black and white today not even knowing there was a Monday meme for it, I'll have to look into it! Thanks.

Virginia said...

I know Bob Crowe did not just bring up Sarah Palin's name again. Just when I didn't hear her incessant twang in my head all the time!
Anyway, the antlers with the snow are just a great shot. Amazing that the snow doesn't fall through or something. I like it Snap.
V

Carraol said...

Yes, it looks like a sculpture, a cold one. Great post.

D said...

That is a LOT of snow. We almost never get snow here, so it's nice to visit blogs with such beautiful snow pics. BBBrrrr. It looks really cold! Thanks for visiting and commenting at my blog.

tr3nta said...

I which you a Merry Xmas and a Happy new Year... and keep on with your great blog.

Knoxville Girl said...

oh my, that should be in a sculpture garden, but only if you can keep the snow.
happy holidays to you and Mrs Snapper!

babooshka said...

Modern art surely.

"Sunshine" said...

Very cool!