‘Do you SEE what I SEE?’







That phrase from the Christmas carol ‘Do You Hear What I Hear’ seems appropriate for this ice sculpture spotted in her pasture by Susan Johnson. Some of us see the tallest spear as a one-horned dragon, mouth agape, with the second formation the spread of its wing. What do you see? Anything or nothing ...Your vision is limited only by your imagination. Susan herself sees them as “ice flowers.” She spotted them last year and again this year in the tall grass and says she finds them unusual. As do we. – Jane Hill

That phrase from the Christmas carol ‘Do You Hear What I Hear’ seems appropriate for this ice sculpture spotted in her pasture by Susan Johnson. Some of us see the tallest spear as a one-horned dragon, mouth agape, with the second formation the spread of its wing. What do you see? Anything or nothing …Your vision is limited only by your imagination. Susan herself sees them as “ice flowers.” She spotted them last year and again this year in the tall grass and says she finds them unusual. As do we. – Jane Hill