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One of my favorite ice pics from last year

Posted by rcnaylor (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 13, 07 at 16:10

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And most of my winter pics from last year are at the site below

Here is a link that might be useful: My ice picture album site


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RE: One of my favorite ice pics from last year

Oh, that is way cool (no pun intended)
Ron


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RE: One of my favorite ice pics from last year

Lovely shot!...I know, it's not easy getting that sparkle!
Konrad


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that is really cool, love it.


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That's really beautiful. I like it a lot.

Marnie


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It's beautiful. Did you turn the picture upside down to post?


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Thanks everyone.

And, gmom, the pic is situated naturally. That is the way that ice storm left that bud tip on one of my pear trees.


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rc, I just wondered. It looks like a drop of water that froze.


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Yeah, it was kind of strange the way it built a "drop" on top of the bud. Winter moisture is kind of funny how it chooses to build up sometimes. I have some others in the album linked above where every grass blade looks like a little crystal bazooka. Another storm where the blades looked like flocked christmas tree.

The variety is amazing.


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