Saturday

Ice Storm Memories




Images from a past Ice Storm
It was quite a mess.....but beautiful.

If winter comes, can spring be far behind?
 ― Percy Bysshe Shelley

35 comments:

Michele (Rocky Mtn.Girl) said...

WOW!!! Again, your ice storm photos are spectacular... as if everything was encased in glass... nature is funny how it throws something so dangerous at us yet it is so pretty..... very impressive, Kerri.

ruth said...

You can't help but worry about the plants under all that ice, but it is so beautiful. I love photographing it too. Yours are lovely.

Jenty said...

Wow, what incredible photos!! I stand in awe!

Ex-Shammickite said...

That first pic is super, such detail! It doesn't take long to melt and get back to normal though.

happyone said...

Ice can do so much damage but it sure is beautiful!! You took some fantastic photos.

Lilli & Nevada said...

Glad that the storm is over for you, we are having some nasty weather here now as well. Need to go take a photo of our huge icicle hanging on the end of the motel.

Andrea said...

WOW, these are pretty. Looks cold though.

Hope you are feeling better.

imac said...

Thankyou Ice storm, for forming these freezing moments---so a great photographer catches these super shots.


Visit me and see the Unusual!!

Alyssa said...

Those are all such lovely pictures. My favorite is the last with all of the tiny icicles hanging from the branch.

dot said...

Kerri, what beautiful shots!

quintarantino said...

These are amazing shots.

Sandy Carlson said...

We experienced the same storm and the same switch to warmth!

These are wonderful shots. I walked around outside and admired all these amazing formations on the plants. Just gorgeous.

Willard said...

We had similar weather, but I was lax and did not get any captures of the ice.

I like your photos of it.

Mary said...

Kerri, I just love ice photos. Bravo! You did good.

Our rain storm on Friday turned to ice up there. Glad the melting will begin, though.

Jeff B said...

Ice storms are bitter sweet aren't they? They can unfortunately be pretty destructive, but the beauty of things incapsuled in the ice is increadible.

Annie said...

And all those tears that were shed over the trees are gone. Whew.

Marvin said...

We had just a tad of freezing rain over here in the Ozarks. No damage.

Great photos. My favorite is the one on top.

RuneE said...

Forget the storm when you can get pictures like this!

Dragonstar said...

Such beauty! You can do without such sudden temperature changes though.

Andrée said...

these are so beautiful, especially the first one. So much danger in so much beauty.

Lara said...

amazing shapes!

CG said...

Wow indeed that's something to see! We don't have ice storms in England. I'd like to experience one...just once!

YesBut said...

Frozen in time

Berit said...

Could and beautiful!!!

Bud Cline said...

So appealing, Kerri = I just love these images!

Moi said...

these look like glass sculptures.....beautiful.........the last one's a keeper!!!!! :)

Robert said...

Very nice shots, Kerri. They are well composed. Well done.

DigitalShutterMania said...

wow all photos are gorgeous. I saw the ice like this when I was in USA last year ; )

Salty said...

I'm glad you had the oportunity to shoot the ice. It doesn't last for long but its spectacular while is here! Excellent work!

Dick said...

Wonderful

Neva said...

pretty to look at but horrible to drive in, right?

Helena said...

..........WOWWWWWWWW!!!!!!!!!!!!

Max-e said...

Brrrrrrrrrr. I get cold just looking at it. Nice shots Kerri

MedaM said...

Wow! That ice probably caused some damages there but on those beautiful photos it looks like wonderful ice decoration!

Ms. Math said...

I'm sure those storms cause a lot of damage and inconveniences, but they sure do provide gorgeous photos!

I am amazed by the first photo where you can see little bubbles in the ice - beautiful!!

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