Tuesday, February 3, 2009

New Barbie not a hit.... guess what's next?

It appears as though no one liked my "New Barbie" post - sorry about that - I thought it was hilarious and so did my wife who can really relate. At any rate , I'm left with no choice but to...... Yep, share some more "Freezing Fog" photos. So here are the absolutely very mostest lastest ever freezing fog photos...... for now :-}

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Old Truck - Shaniko, Oregon



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Ice Fog Tree - Shaniko, Oregon




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Freezing Fog Branches





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Abstract Ice Fog Bush

(I was sure those New Barbie desriptions would be a hit....better go back to humor school, I must have missed a semester)
Seeya,

OregonArtGuy

12 comments:

Karie said...

It's just as snowy in England, worse on Thursday when we get a second snow storm, yuk!!!

Cris, Artist in Oregon said...

Actually the Barbie jokes are funny but I just didnt know how to comment on it. Since I have been married for almost 42 years some I couldnt relate to... some I could. Your pictures are wonderful tho. Frost and all. I'm also having computer problems. I am at the point where if you can find a joke about tossing it out the window I might laugh and just toss it. arrgh
Oh I'm sorry to hear you lost your good camera equipment. But your photos with your new software are wonderful. Is it an expensive software? Some of mine could use some help.

OregonArtGuy said...

Karie:
Call in sick and get a hot cup of your favorite beverage and enjoy the beauty out your window - then hire some one else to shovel the snow :-}

OregonArtGuy said...

Hi Cris, I sent you an email, I hope you got it.

Cindy Lietz, Polymer Clay Tutor said...

Bill the reason why hardly anyone responded to the Barbie Jokes is that they are still ROTFL (rolling on the floor laughing)! At least that's what I would go with! ;)

Your frozen fog photos are absolutely gorgeous! I can see why you have taken so many of them.

I've only seen frozen fog once. Not crystallized on things like what has happened there but I was walking through the fog on the way to pick up the kids from school and all of a sudden the air froze... the air instantly cleared and was filled with tiny sparkles! It was amazing!

Felt like I had been transported to Narnia or something. All I could do is keep looking around trying to memorize how it looked. Won't ever forget that day!

OregonArtGuy said...

Hi Cindy: Thanks for your comments. I appreciate the re inforcement for the Barbie post, cuz Imy wife and I sure thought it was funny! As the freezing fog, I've never seen anything like it before myself - it was amazingly beautiful - I couldn't stop taking pictures until I was forced to by dead batteries :-}

Carol Dean said...

High temps in the 70s here today, in beautiful southern New Mexico. I'm having to experience Winter vicariously this year, so I thank you for these fantastic photographs. I left Europe 30 years ago last month in the middle of an ice storm, and I haven't been in weather like that since then.

OregonArtGuy said...

Hi Carol: Thanks for your comment. That must have been difficult for you to have to learn English all over again from scratch :-}

Carol Dean said...

Actually, Bill, parents (American mom, German father) kept us pretty bi-lingual throughout our childhood (with a little French thrown in to confuse the issue completely while we lived in Belgium). Sadly, my German has suffered from severe neglect and I'd be hard-pressed to have a meaningful conversation using that language. More than you ever wanted or needed to know ... ;0

OregonArtGuy said...

Hi Carol: Not at all, in fact, I was wondering if you had taken up any Spanglish, given your geographic area?

Carol Cooper said...

Hi Bill, WOW! Abstract Ice Fog Bush is one truly incredible work of art!! love it!! more please :D

OregonArtGuy said...

Thanks Carol! I appreciate that very much, especially coming from you :-}