I owe you a picture post.
Currently I'm at mom's place. Gonna stay the weekend here, nyan... Well, here's the promised picture-post from yesterday's winterland.
I was just walking down the street from the little department store back home, when I passed this very urban snowman in the middle of the walkway. It was sort of... touching to see that even kids in the city were enabled to build a respectable snowman in the middle of the city.
Directly next to a car.
Walking down the street that's running parallel to the one I live in, turning around to see how the sun's shining on the asphalt, the snow and the ice...
And then I walked down that little path next to a stream, and of course, Outori has to take pictures of trees she sees... ^ ^'
Just as she, for some reason, has to take pictures of the evidence of other life.
In this case... the trace of crows.
And well. Of dogs.
And right there, I took a picture of a couple of crows sitting in the crown of a tree.
Went on then, until I reached a cute little bridge. It has been built the last couple of months. Once I passed the warning signs to not take that path, because it was an obstruction site, but I didn't really care... and walked over the unfinished bridge. *laughs*
They added to the barriers after that, so I was forced to take the little longer and less peaceful way around, along the houses instead of along the stream.
It had been a while since I last went there. And there, it was finished.
I got fascinated in the copper rain drain and the sun reflecting in it, until I moved my head to the other side... and saw this epic creation of ice and fire.
I was so happy when I found that motive... *laughs* Though it was rather hard to get a good shot of it, due to all the snow amassed under it. I didn't want to get wet feet in the end after all.
Well, on I went, down the street...
Me, and my steady companion.
All the way until I reached another motive, one I had seen the very first time I passed by that place that day. I hoped that, for one, the sun still would shine at the time of day I would get back to it, and for the other, that the ice wouldn't have dropped yet.
Rather fascinating, no?
Well, gotta go to bed. I'm seriously tired. Mom and me decided on a sort of marathon-cinema-day today... *laughs* First we watched Benjamin Buttons... (what a lovely, touching, clever movie... ♥ [For a beautiful beautiful beautiful woman...]
)... and then, easing and lightening it up, Transporter3. Our beloved Frank Martin back in action. And woah, I was surprised. I sat there, and suddenly purred. I went like "Woah, hey! Did you realize? I purred! At a western guy!
" I was all happy that moment xD Hmmm... 帰る途中で私達の無くした過去を思い出した。