Painting is just another way of keeping a diary ~Pablo Picasso

Thursday, December 12, 2013


We saw the new Disney animated film, Frozen this morning, and really liked it.  The animation was so pretty and the freezing scenes were very mesmerizing, somewhat reminiscent of the Tchaikovsky scene in Disney's Fantasia, but with today's animation capabilities.  I won't give away the plot at all, except to say that it's an update on the classic Disney storyline as well.  So strange that when we left this was the scene outside.  I kept imagining the frosty tree outlines would grow like they do in the movie.  This frosty covering is left over from another strange weather event here yesterday, freezing fog.  We actually had a snow day, or more accurately, a freezing fog day.  I didn't even know such a thing as freezing fog existed, but as the name suggests, it's just fog that settles in and then temperatures that dip below freezing.  It left this frosty fog coating on all the branches.  Sorry I don't have a more vibrant example for you, especially those of you who have already seen Frozen.  This one is sort of washed out looking.  Still, it was pretty cool to walk out of the cinema and be greeted by a scene like this!


TexWisGirl said...

that's really pretty.


I have seen the tips of coniferous trees freeze since I have been in Washington but not the whole landscape. Maybe I just don't get up early enough to experience it. I think your photo is neat. -- barbara

Gail Dixon said...

I didn't know frozen fog existed either! How cool. Your shot is very pretty, especially the colors.