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Thursday, January 14, 2021

Ice


 It has been years since I have seen icicles this big.  I am not sure if I am sad or glad.

25 comments:

Yamini MacLean said...

Hari Om
There is a beauty in winter... but perhaps the trudging out in it becomes less appealing as one enters one's own winter!!! YAM xx

ElaineH said...

Those are amazing! The weather is really changing and scenes like this will be very few in the coming years. I can remember winters that were so cold and now it is only a few days here and there that it is really cold. A fabulous image.

Ginny Hartzler said...

Yow! I think I would be very glad to never see ice this bad again.

Bill said...

Strange weather everyplace...

Agnieszka Mikołajczyk said...

Pieknie

Ann said...

Wow, those are huge. We get really big ones like that coming off the back of our building at work. They'll go from the roof all the way to the ground.

Nancy Chan said...

Brrrr....must be really cold over there. But in picture, the icicles look beautiful

Martha said...

Wow, I can't even imagine!!

Sandra said...

Dec 1959 was the last i saw these type icicles. and I am glad, no ice for me these days, i was young then... it is beautiful

ushasurya said...

I think that as a photographer you should be glad..But I know the travails of clearing all this...yes, and this thought you should feel sad!!!
Devi:)))

eileeninmd said...

Hello,

My hubby has gone on long hikes to see ice like this, it is pretty.
Take care, have a happy day and a great weekend!

don said...

How do you think it is impressive. Be glad rather than sad.

Ruthie said...

IMpressive icicles! Lovely winter view

Steve in Japan said...

Wow, those are huge! With the erratic weather caused by climate change, they might be back . . . or not.

....peter:) said...

the icicles here are not a problem Rose... they are great... a good b&w image....peter:)

Ruth Hiebert said...

They do look pretty.

happyone said...

Beautiful and amazing.
It is snowing like crazy now here!!

....peter:) said...

that's quite the long block of icicles on the right Rose... there must be a small creek on the hill....peter:)

i posted a comment earlier today but it is not in your comments area...

Kodak said...

they are definitely impressive. I think I would be glad.

Small City Scenes said...

So beautiful. But very cold looking.
MB

CheerfulMonk said...

We're still in the midst of an exceptional drought, so we would love to see some moisture.

Hootin' Anni said...

Pretty as it is, I'm fretting when I defrost on grass. lol

Michael Rawluk said...

I have see waterfalls that are solid ice with the sound of water cascading behind.

Laurel Wood said...

Over my lifetime, occasionally, I have seen icicles hanging on the rocks in north ga but none this big.

Lowcarb team member said...

I don't think I've ever seen icicles as big as this!
Great picture.

All the best Jan

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