When you combine a split hose, water, and Wyoming winter, you get…
There is a fine mist spraying into the center. Every texture of ice is portrayed.
And speaking of feathers…
Upon my approach, I instantly saw it. Do you?
On the right, an Indian medicine man, arms outstretched, watching the spray.
The ice has formed feathers… wonderful ice feathers! Spread like a bustle, hanging from his arms, framing his face, feathers outline his shape.
You can almost hear him chanting…
Find me here!
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Love the pictures…and that the first thing you noticed was the beauty not the work of fixing a hose!
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I saw the Indian, and also on the left I saw what looked like a lady with her head bowed. Excellent photos. Thanks for sharing.
I see the Indian but I also saw a bird. You can see its beak and its wings spread.
I see an angel.
Amazing, beautiful formations! The medicine man definitely gets first prize in this “natural ice scupture” photo.
Yes, I saw ‘it’ but it looked like an angel to me. all about perspective.
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How beautiful and how interesting. Thanks for sharing.
What amazing pictures Carol. Nature is so wonderful. You have such a gift to see beyond the frozen water and lift our spirits to see more of what nature gives us. The medicine man looks fantastic.
Incredible beauty with the added bonus of spiritual meaning!