Can anyone out there describe how this icicle could form? I couldn't figure out how to get a photo that doesn't include our window screen, but I hope you can see this unusual icicle that reminds me of the spoke of a snowflake or part of a spiderweb. It was hard to photograph ice on a grey sky, but I'm glad I didn't wait until the sun was higher or the sky was blue. By then it had melted.
Here is a bit of art journaling I did recently inspired by Teesha Moore. I painted the backrounds with acrylic paints then quickly chose magazine pictures that inspired me at the moment. I think they came out well.
The quotes in the page above:
"When you're stuck in a spiral, to change all aspects of the spin you need only to change one thing"
"When facing a challenge, if your first instinct is to think, I can't, it's time to retrain your brain. Next time say to yourself, I can--or at least, I'll try. You might surprise yourself."
I need to get these thoughts into my head, not only down on the page.