Sunday, March 7, 2010


Yes, there is water, but in the shade, there is still a lot of ice.

These ice spears are growing away from a rock in the stream. See the pussywillow?

And when the water freezes back into ice, sometimes it takes twigs captive.


SandyCarlson said...

Beautiful ice! The importance of stopping....this is the lesson of ice.

Evelyn Howard said...

I love these pics of ice. Very interesting.

Titania said...

Fascinating pictures, great patterns, winter has delivered!
I love your photo studies of the Forsythia flowers emerging.

joo said...

Your photos are beautiful Judy, but I can't wait to see the ice melting:)

Clytie said...

Beautiful captures of ice formations. I like the spears.

And did you notice that the little piece of ice in the top photo is really the silhouette of a kitty cat on the prowl? Upside down of course, but still so very visible. Love it!

Stine in Ontario said...

Very nice shots of a variety of kinds of ice.

Self Sagacity said...

How exotic are the pictures of ice. Every single one tells a story and recalls an emotion for me.


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