12/13/13

Friday Farm Fotos: Fog Ice


It's 8:00 a.m. and 20 degrees~ and a thick fog rolls in.




 Strange icy formations start to appear.
























Ice forms on everything.... even the fence.







The coating looks almost fuzzy.







Lily is unimpressed with the fuzzy fence.
She has done her business (which probably has ice on it, too) and now she is ready to go back inside.








Edie, who loves the cold weather, thinks foggy fence ice is delicious.








Daisy thinks it is delightful! :)



Happy Friday!!!

19 comments:

  1. Mornin' Paula! The ice crystals really are gorgeous. I'm with Lily on whether or not to get involved with them though. I got my tongue stuck to frozen metal, briefly, when I was a kid so I veer away from it now. *snort*
    Daisy and Edie are just beautiful.
    Have a great weekend.

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  2. The frost faeries create such lovely surprises...and you have captured their beautiful work splendidly with your lens.
    Great bits of white fluff continues to drift from above on our wee corner of the land. It shall be a quiet, gentle sort of day surely.
    Sending joyful hugs your way...
    Ever fondly,
    Judy x

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  3. what a way to drink water, just suck it off the fence. the fog is beautiful and the ice art is amazing... I would be with Lily, in and out really fast...

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  4. Ha Ha Oh my I am thinking of that movie with the little boy that freezes his tongue to the icy pole lol

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  5. Don't know about delicious, but it is delightful. I believe that the effects of frozen fog are some of the loveliest we get to enjoy sometimes. Your images were beautiful. Good to see your post and read your comments on my blog.
    Merry Christmas blogging friend!

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  6. even though the cold sinks into your bones, the rime frost is SO pretty!

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  7. That is so pretty and so cute with the animals input Paula.
    We have the sun coming out now! Tonight 5 inches of snow on the way.
    Merry Christmas
    Earlene

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  8. Very beautiful, but chilly. :-)
    We have had awful cold temps here in Northwest Wisconsin. I did brave it and took a few photos. We had -25 degree windchill, hard on the fingers to push the shutter button.
    Love your photos. Thanks for sharing.

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  9. Hi Paula.
    Beautiful pictures!
    That type of frost is called hoar frost.
    It is so pretty, even though it has to be so cold for it to form.

    Winter certainly has it's beauty about it, and you've captured it perfectly!!

    Have a wonderful, and cozy weekend.

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  10. That is beautiful. I love it when the fog freezes like that. I call it a winter wonderland. Thanks for sharing yours. Hugs

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  11. All I can say is Oh Wow! That IS some strange ice! Now I just bet, if you decide to crochet some of those body warmers for the chickens, you could expand the size to fit the sheep!! Yes?Hahaaaa
    Stay warm sweet Girl!
    hughugs

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  12. you got some great pictures. I'd make them background pics!! Yep,,we had the fog ice too...Have a good weekend sweetie pie

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  13. Hello dear! We missed the ice-but are getting tons of very fluffy snow! It's so beautiful.
    Your photos are so pretty-and the sheepies so warm and cuddly looking. I want to throw my arms around them!

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  14. Your fog ice is prettier than ours. Well, I think it is because I didn't go out in it. Has there always been fog ice and I am only just hearing about it in this 47th year of my life? Those sweet sheep licking it up are super cute!

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  15. with my luck, my tongue would freeze to the fence. it's been known to happen.

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  16. Burrrrrrrr way too cold for me, it is 40 here and I am freezing.. Have a very Merry Christmas

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  17. Winter sure does bring it's own beauty, and you have captured a bit of it !

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