Sunday, March 2, 2008

Oh, my goodness!

Sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words, but I invite you all to think of what those words might be!
Her name is Olympia and she is 122 feet high. Here is a media link.

12 comments:

Trixie said...

WOW! I love the entire trees-as-arms thing. I just wonder how they pulled it all off. Got anymore info on this photo?

The Texican said...

The tower of Bethel, God's not going to like this. Oh, right, that was the Tower of Babel - My bad.

Ruth said...

Texican stole my line ;-)
You had so much snow this winter there was no place left to dump it. Or perhaps you want snow all summer. "Frostee" will leave a very large puddle indeed1

Mary said...

Looks like a Mr. Softee. Oh, my goodness. I've NEVER seen a snowman so large. I wonder how the top (trees, etc.) were decorated. It's BEAUTIFUL!

SJ said...

I wish that they would have asked for snow donations, I have plenty.

Beth said...

Her name is Olympia and she is 122 feet tall! I am partial to the tree arms, too. Kind of ladylike and delicate.
Beth

mon@rch said...

Beth . . not sure if I have words myself for this but I did have a big smile on my face from this!

beckie said...

Now that is a SNOWMAN! Extreme winter calls for extreme activities, I guess. What a project!

Seabrooke said...

That's pretty cool. How big are those trees used as arms? It would be neat to see making-of progress pictures.

Kathiesbirds said...

Beth, I went to the link and read the story. How appropriate to name her after Olympia Snowe! I hope it doesn't warm up too fast or Bethel may be the site of the newest biblical flood!

TheElementary said...

I'm probably alone in this but I don't see snow, I see ice cream! Lots of ice cream...yummy. I can't wait for Summer, I suppose :) This is a great picture.

RuthieJ said...

What a cute snow lady! It's nice to see all that snow being used so creatively.