I’m at a loss for a witty description. 🙂
You’ve got visually tasty morsels in your dark ladle.
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I thought of a few things but ladle wasn’t one of them.
I’ll say this: I don’t have any problem at all stomaching your ice photos.
Stomach sac occurred to me but the lack of a duodenum troubled me. 🙂 I may make abstract ice images but apparently am not an abstract thinker.
Nice! It is a very interesting shape! I saw part of a lung or a golf club head!
Two more good interpretations. Thanks, Reed.
I went right to the ladle, too! A ladleful of beautiful blue bubbles.
I can see that…stirring the pot and coming up with tasty bubbly snacks. 🙂
I’m thinking Pepto Bismol…
Flashback to an old commercial. Yep.
It’s beautiful, but it does make me think of a 1950s antacid commercial on TV. I’m sorry. It does. But that doesn’t that detract from its beauty and the amazing shade of blue you got.
Antacid seems to be winning out here. I initially saw a stomach so no apology needed. Maybe I could hang it in a gastroenterologist’s office. 🙂 A number of years ago I photographed some ice that looked like a spine suffering from Lordosis. Later that year I had treatment for a herniated disk and the doctor ended up hanging that picture in his office.
That made me laugh out loud!
I missed the ladel and the stomach, and went straight for the alien-like thing just above. You are certainly stirring our imaginations with this wonderful imagery, Steve!
Thanks, Pete. I am enjoying all the different interpretations.
I see a ladle, too. Bean soup, ha!
Mmmm..bean soup. That’s a good vision for a cold winter’s day. 🙂
We’ve been having lots of warming soups and stews this winter. 😉
I’ll go for something different, even though I like the suggestions thus far. How about Minnie Mouse shoe and skinny leg😁?
That is one I don’t think would ever have occurred to me. It’s amazing the different visions people can have of something abstract like this.
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