Thursday, March 14, 2019

Danger Overhead

After some snow storms you really have to keep an eye open on what is above your head. If the snow falls and there is little wind it will gather like this on evergreen trees and create big snowballs that later fall and soak you as you walk along. Pretty though!

14 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Hello,

Pretty view of the snow covered branch and the lovely sky. Have a happy day!

s.c said...

Hoe long until the snow is really go me.

Revrunner said...

Excellent reason to wear a wide brim hat. :-)

Tom said...

...looks like a nice snowball fight to me!

William Kendall said...

We had some of that overnight. It's really collected on the trees.

PerthDailyPhoto said...

They really are pretty Pat, like snow blossoms.. until they fall on your head 😀

Sharon said...

It's really petty but, you are right it could some trouble for the people below. That reminds me of the one building in Chicago that had a steep, slanted roof. There were times in the winter when they had to close the sidewalk below the building because ice would slide off and if the ice sheet was big enough, it could cause serious injuries.

bill said...

Years ago I was walking with a friend and he got hit by an icicle falling off a house. Luckily he got hit in the arm and had a huge bruise. You're absolutely right to look up, good info to keep in mind.

Anne Hagman-Niilola said...

Very beautiful. Have a nice weekend

Taken For Granted said...

Good to keep an eye out for falling snowballs. Like that blue sky.

Andy said...

I prefer the summer version of the snowball tree.

Kay said...

Very pretty, especially against that blue sky. But, like Andy, I think flowering trees are preferable.

Catalyst said...

We woke to a thin white coating today but it is now long gone and the mercury is forecast to rise into the upper 60's in a few days. Hooray for Spring!

21 Wits said...

Absolutely, I've experienced that too and it is beautiful too!