Tuesday, December 30, 2008

Melt then Freeze

Flagstaff is one of those places where, in the winter, it can be very cold at night (around 10 degrees) and then very warm during the day (even in the 50s). And this makes for a lot of melting and refreezing of snow and ice. The grill on our deck is situated under the overhang of our roof and as the snow on the roof melts it flows down on top of the grill and then freezes in the evening, making some interesting icicle formations.


Ken Mac said...

reminds of the Alien's teeth

bitingmidge said...

That "grill" is an Aussie Barbecue! :-)


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JT said...

Excellent contrast