These are a couple shots of the giant snowballs that have been washing up in the Gulf Of Ob in Siberia. Wow, of all the places I wouldn't surprised to hear giant snowballs are washing up on the beach, one named the Gulf Of Ob is definitely it.
An 11-mile (18km) stretch of coast was covered in the icy spheres.
The sculptural shapes range from the size of a tennis ball to almost 1m (3ft) across.
They result from a rare environmental process where small pieces of ice form, are rolled by wind and water, and end up as giant snowballs.
Sure they COULD be the result of a a rare environmental process where small pieces of ice form and then are rolled by the wind and water into giant snowballs, or -- OR -- they could be the severed heads of snowmen. DUM DUM DUM! No but seriously it's probably just the environmental process thing. Or is it?! I don't know anymore, you should flip a quarter. "For what?" For me to snatch mid-air I need to make a payphone call.
Keep going for a shot of a lady lounging with the balls when I try to identify what new species of bear-dog that is in the picture above.
Thanks to Jules, who agrees it would be a lot more worrisome if those balls had corncob pipes and coal eyeballs.