Thursday, April 15, 2010

M for Meltdown

..or ice melting away after some harsh winter.

Seen at the Bird's Nest Stadium in Beijing, China.

[* An ABC Wednesday post. This week's letter is - M.]

[* Ice turns into water at Watery Wednesday.]

[* More photos leave you speechless at Wordless Wednesday.]

A busy midweek it must be!


Manang Kim said...

The sign of Spring and Summer, ice meldown. Happy Wednesday!

ABC Wednesday~M

Roger Owen Green said...

Spring HAS sprung. the only snow left is the stuff piled up during removal.

Jay said...

Wow, that's a lot of ice to melt!

On behalf of the team, thanks for taking part in ABC Wednesday this week!

(I'd love you to visit my blog, but it's down at the moment because my host server was hacked. Should be back tomorrow - they're working on it)

Anonymous said...

Hmmmm, rather hard to play opening day baseball! Does China play baseball? I don't really know. :-)

Grace and Bradley said...

Seems the weather was bad in Beijing, just heard you have a bad snow storm in April in the northeast China.

ChrisJ said...

As long as it's only the ice that is having a meltdown...

Spiderdama said...

That meens spring!:-)
Wish you a warm day

Jama said...

Bye bye snow!

snapperoni said...

@ManangKim & RogerOwenGReen, Yes, the weather's changing in Beijing!

@Jay, a lot indeed! I tried to visit your site and read the greyhound stories but looks like it's down... I hope they fix it soon.

@peripheralperceptions, Melting ice = slippery! I'm not sure if baseball is a popular sport in China, maybe some of them play, but I don't hear it often. (Or am I just unaware of it)

@Grace&Bradley And a sandstorm too around the end of last month! Very bad weather for taking photos.

Thank you for everyone's comments!