Tuesday, January 27, 2009

You know you're getting cabin fever when ...

... splotches of cooking oil on the bottom of frying pans begin to look interesting.

I don't think we've had more than one day this month where the temperatures made it above the freezing mark. I'm officially tired of winter. It can go away now. kthxbai.

Guess I'm not the only one with cabin fever.

Click on picture to enlarge. Photograph © 2009 James Jordan.

5 comments:

Pradeep said...

Brilliant execution, love the simplicity of the idea...well seen :)

Laurie said...

It seems it has been a bitter cold winter for many despite the dire predictions of global warming...the last couple of winters actually...Maybe the trend is reversing?

My son witnessed snow last year in Iraq apparently for the first time in history. He took photos of it falling...The UAE had snow a couple of days ago for only the second time in history, the first time was in December 2004.

I think this is a fine observation...I would probably have shot it too!

Joan Elizabeth said...

Quite the opposite problem here. The south of Australia hit 45.7C (114F) today. The hottest day in 70 years.

I like the abstract nature of the photo.

Wanda said...

It looks like it's cold... Was this just an experiment, or was the pancake batter ready and waiting...

LOL:Wanda

James said...

There was a beef roast ready and waiting to be browned!