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Sunday, December 19, 2010

Today's Flowers: Ice Flowers


None of the shots in this post are actual flowers but I thought the ice turned the whole world into a flower.
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I took all of these shots on Thursday when we went from snow to freezing rain.
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It got above freezing on Friday and I wasn't sorry to see it melt because of the risk of power outages.
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I'll never forget a winter when we had an ice storm followed by a snow storm and much of the city including my house lost power.
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I know a lot of people, including a neighbor, who got generators after dealing with that storm.
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I don't have a generator so I'm always a tad nervous when we have an ice storm.
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Click here for the home of today's flowers.

13 comments:

DeLi said...

beautiful colors... i miss the greenery...and how well youve catch the ice!

Rajesh said...

Beautiful shots. With ice on them they look great.

Luna Miranda said...

the third photo is stunning, the red berries are beautiful. but i can feel the cold.:p

eileeninmd said...

Wonderful shots, Carver! The red berry colors really pop.

Randi said...

These shots are amazing! It´s really beautiful with the ice. I have never experienced an ice storm...only read about it. Must be terrifying! Hope the weather gets better!
Take care & stay warm!
/Randi

Lui said...

That looks really chilly! I imagine my flowers freezing in the cold!

I hope the weather will not get too cold for comfort. Cuddle up and stay warm inside.

msdewberry said...

Wow, the ice makes everything look other worldly, Love the shots of water frozen in time. The ice gives the greeen a shiny glistening cover. It sure must be cold there, too cold for this girl!!

Titania said...

Iceflowers, enchanting!

LC said...

I particularly like the 3rd photo! L

Míriam Luiza said...

Nossa! Que dia gelado você teve! Lindas fotografias!

Cezar and Léia said...

These pictures are so impressive, I loved that 3rd one!Congratulations!
Léia

Greyscale Territory said...

The ice certainly creates flower like shapes! Stunningly beautiful photos!

Anonymous said...

great shots
congrats

MERRY CHRISTMAS
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