From the snow to the rain, the transition was seamless. The streets began to shimmer; the lights in the distance gleamed. The cold breeze that swept across the cityscape made me quiver. But I knew this moment meant so much more than met the eye. It was magical! . . 30/01/2019 - I've loved all my little strolls over the past month. But I knew this one was different. It was special. It was the last night in Boston, last night in the States. . . #medicwithapassion#cityscape ...
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Have no words to describe this place is so beautiful and i think this Photo reflect what I'm saying This is the ashigakubo icicles in chichibu, western part of saitama There are 3 icicles in chichibu but The ashigakubo is the largest and by far the one most easily accessible. It is just a 10 minute walk from Ashigakubo Station on the Seibu Chichibu Line. The ticket is just 300 Yen per person 😮 Children under 12 years old can view for free The illumination starts in january and ends in the end of february #あしがくぼの氷柱#イルミネーション
Forgiveness. Rosa. Rose. I’m a freezing underground cave, dark with the dripping of resentment. Heart chilled. I’m not ready to forgive the comedian. I feel anger like icicles in my throat. Stalactites of anger extending down from my brain and stalagmites of anger reaching up from my stomach. Let it go, Dr Stone says, keep yourself calm. Chill out, he laughs. Change. You can change. Dr Stone shows me a watch. I want to ask him how I need to change but there is music. The music is freezing. It sounds how hail and snow feel on my arms, on ...
We are getting some pretty fantastic icicles, with this combination of lots of snow on the roofs, the sun getting stronger, and the air temperatures staying frigid. The icicles on that house in the second picture are over 8 feet long. My favorite thing about that first photo is that they never took out their air conditioner. I love the juxtaposition of the air-conditioner and the massive sheet of ice dripping off the side of the roof.