Your pictures are absolutely beautiful. It almost makes me want an ice storm here. (I didn’t really just say that, because I don’t want Mother Nature getting any ideas..)
What cool photos!! I just love the first one!! I am impressed that the grass is still standing!!!
Very nice photos, ONG! xo LVL
Another stage in the life of a northern garden and it is beautiful, too, in its way. Good for you, braving the cold to share them with us. We’re nippy down here today, too.
Pięknie to wygląda, szczególnie na pierwszym zdjęciu. Pozdrawiam. oks beautiful, especially in the first picture. Yours.
It makes for beautiful shots. We had the snow with ice that bent a lot of our shrubs to the ground. It was to the point that they didn’t look like they were there anymore. When I was young our farm had many Chinese elms and the ice would trim them out every few years. Great shots, I hope there wasn’t any damage.
Not great for the plants, but beautiful nonetheless.
I really liked these photos, epsecially the first two!
Well, you sure captured the beauty of the ice. Amazing how it highlights the shapes.
Wow…these ice photos are amazing. Nice photography!
So gorgeous when this happens even though it can do lots of damage.
Thank you for these amazing pictures. It’s hard to see the harmful side hidden behind such beauty!
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