Thursday, March 3, 2016

"It's So Cold Out Here"

This is another pic from a garden at the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre which I'm sure looks much friendlier in the summer. In the meantime this woman doesn't seem to be handling the cold very well!
Taking part in Good Fences. Click HERE to see more fences from around the world.

32 comments:

Karen S. said...

I like this sculpture, and I believe I hear her say, It's so cold out here I've lost my head!

Karen S. said...

Oh, and what a stately and sturdy wall (brick fencing) to protect her with!

eileeninmd said...

Hello, lovely statue. It does look cold there! Have a happy day!

"E." "Beth" Edwards said...

i'd say so, considering the poor thing is "headless". my Dad always said the statement "Cold enough to freeze a brass monkey", look it up if you don't know the statement". i think it is really suppose to be a crasser saying, but you get the drift. stay warm. love a beautiful statue. ( ;

Karl Demetz said...

Poor woman, I think the cold is the least of her problems.

Sharon Anck said...

I agree, she seems to have lost her head and her hand. I can relate to the hand situation. When I get really cold, my hands go numb and I can't feel them any longer.

carol l mckenna said...

Creative wintry shot of the sculpture ~ makes one take a second look ~

Happy Week to you ~ ^_^

William Kendall said...

If she had a head, I'd think she'd look quite perplexed by her current status!

Cloudia said...

Especially dressed like THAT!

Christine said...

I wonder did she aspire to star in Disney's Frozen movie?!!
Always like to admire a red brick wall!

jo(e) said...

My head often explodes and falls off. I think it's the political debates I keep getting into, not the weather.

VP said...

It was sunny here today, and almost spring!

Mo said...

Yikes the idea that my head will fall off if it gets too cold is way too scary

cieldequimper said...

Sunny here but cool and I was stuck at the office... Poor thing, the cold made her lose her head!

Ida said...

I've heard the expression...Freezing my butt off but never my head. That's an unusual statue to say the least behind that fence.

Ruth Kelly said...

Poor lady has seen a better day.

TexWisGirl said...

laughing. thanks! :)

carolann said...

Did you get that wind and snow last night? I put pictures up. Today we are told to move our cars so the plow can get the remains of that snow away. To clean it up..

I am up North your the city gal.

Awful about the hospital flooding a week or so. St. Micheal's. I was born there.

That in the Emergency the damage. Not sure if they are taking in normal now. At first it said Walk in patients.

Revrunner said...

Yep, need an additional wrap, I think. And a hat. :-)

Lois said...

Poor lady! I hope it starts warming up soon.

Michelle said...

Looks like frostbit has taken away a good bit of her!

Stephanie said...

Great looking sculpture.

Tom said...

when it's cold don't loose you head

Geoff Wilkinson said...

Ouch that poor woman, I know exactly how she feels...

LOLfromPasa said...

Great shot and description that made me smile. Enjoyed reading the comments too :).

llandudnopictures said...

That's an extreme case of frostbite!

jennyfreckles said...

That's funny. She should have her coat on at least.

Jacob said...

Some people just lose their heads over things like cold weather.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

Oh dear! Made me smile Pat :)

genie said...

Oh, dear, me. Her head froze off :-) I really like that sculpture even if the head is missing.

Laura. M said...

He lost his head :)))

NC Sue said...

Uh oh! Her head froze off!
Stopping by from Good Fences and I'm glad I found you. This is my first visit.
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