>When a tree limb falls in the icy woods…


>and it hits you in the head — it hurts! Nevertheless, Cam, the intripid photographer, risked life and (human) limb to wander underneath the trees at the start of the icestorm. I hope there aren’t too many branches that fall during the night! (P.S.: only twigs and small branches were falling as the sunset.)

ICE LOG:

FROZEN RAINDROPS:

PINE BRANCHS ON BIRD BATH:

ICE DROPS:

ICY HILLSIDE:

BABY PINE IN ICE PELLETS:

OLD OAK, ICY FOREGROUND:

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6 responses to “>When a tree limb falls in the icy woods…

  1. >Ever since the huge storm of 1998 that I survived in Montreal, seeing the words ICE and STORM in the same sentence gives me shivers. But Dorothy is right, it is beautiful as well, and these pictures are amazing.

  2. >Glad you all liked the photos. Dorothy — I find them amazing too. Although I’m glad that I didn’t have to drive in it or deal with damage to house & trees, I was a little disappointed when I woke up the next day to find that most of the storm had bypassed where I live. Emily — do you really miss snow & ice? CB — I’m so glad that we are heading out of this. I’m eagerly awaiting springtime!HA — Welcome!

  3. >LOVE the photos of ice – for some reason they make me feel thirsty! It’s a good reminder of what we are headed for here in the Southern hemisphere. Very beautiful.

  4. >We’re getting a lot of snow in Santa Fe. I think the beautiful photos you’ve taken describe this time of year so well… lovely.

  5. >Oh, so beautiful, and man do I miss snow and ice!

  6. >Oh, those are beautiful photos! Ice storms are amazing as much as they are dangerous …