Saturday, November 27, 2010

Ice on the Lilacs

 The precipitation started as rain, but became ice
before stopping a little while, and then turning into snow.
 That means all the plants have a thin casing of ice,
even the lilacs. The longest icicles I found were on a leaf.
You should have heard the ice chiming as the branches moved in the gentle wind!


Deb said...

very pretty Judy...we have frost this the way it glistens in the sun

George said...

I'm always amazed at how musical ice-covered branches can be. You got some beautiful pictures here.


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