A curtain of icicles has slowly descended over the window across the alley from mine.
Cars drive through the alley below, with no regard to the massive property damage that may fall onto them from the sky anytime.
Look at that texture! I attended a seminar with some physicists who study icicle formation, and it's cool in every sense.
This post's theme word is guyot, "underwater mountain." Is the underside of an iceeberg an upside-down ice guyot?