From a recent drawing
Photo of a real snow flake by Karla Jean Booth. How innocent and lovely is this divine little thing?
Branches in a blizzard
More photos on flickr
There is no denying it has been snowing in south west Wales.
I am not over excited by the prospect of frozen toes and falling over on the inevitable slush and ice, produced as a by product in a small town like Carmarthen. I do not like the cold.
Yesterday , despite intermittent blizzard conditions my dear friends Jake and Sam helped me to move to a delightful, modern and warm flat . It is only upstairs from where I was, but the stairs are outside and metal. We did it . Thanks soooo much ! Must say that Kathryn helped the day before in the cold and dark. Thank you to you to! I am inspired by my new abode.
Snow flakes are a fascinating organic example of Koch`s triangle. , explaining the infinte nature of the perimeter of any object through the behaviour of fractal. Just like the `How long is a piece of string?` question.
Actually, the thought of a snowflake with a never ending edge, which by definition would have an infinitely huge interior, is my idea of a icy nightmare. Brrrrrr.