Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Watery Wednesday

There was open water, 
 but I was fascinated with the ice at the edges.
 All the rain at the end of last week had the water levels raised, and then the ice formed, broke, and reformed as the levels dropped.
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17 comments:

jabblog said...

Glorious shots! So hard to see the thaw and the promise of milder weather and then the harsh claw-back of winter . . . but the photos are wonderful:-)

texwisgirl said...

Nice job.

J Bar said...

Great shots.
Sydney - City and Suburbs

George said...

These pictures of the ice are beautiful.

Poetic Shutterbug said...

Fantastic shots, those iced edges are just amazing. Well done.

Ann said...

The ice hards look like glass. I m tempted to step on them.

Did you ice skate in the lake?

Annelie said...

Cool photo of the ice ;)!

Wildflower Cabin said...

Beeeeautiful!!!!!

Honey at 2805 said...

You icey shots are fabulous! So nice of you to get out in the cold so we can see them.

Luna Miranda said...

the ice is fantastic...i love these photos.

Cindy said...

Those are great photos, you don`t often see good ice photos.
Hugs, Cindy

Rosie@travel-i-tales said...

These are fantastic shots.
Rosie

NatureFootstep said...

great shots. This is the kind of ice I always destroy by walking on. :)

Carolyn said...

Beautiful captures of the fragile and delicate spring ice. Thanks for sharing.
Smiles

eileeninmd said...

Beautiful photos, I like the last one of the re-frozen ice and the neat patterns.

2sweetnsaxy said...

These are absolutely amazing to me and the ones in the post following this one. I've never lived around this kind of weather so of course, I've never seen anything like this. Awesome!

Carolyn said...

magnific photos

MY WATERY WEDNESDAY

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