Or actually just enough ice to be annoying and pretty at the same time.
Very pretty, stunning actually.. c
Ice definitely make the world all sparkly, but WOW it can be so dangerous to be out-and-about in. Be careful!
Wow, those are just beautiful…..even if annoying.
Wow! I took pictures a few days ago of a single ice drop on a strand of cobweb, which I thought was pretty exciting…but you got a whole strands of jewels there!
Ice, especially in the early morning sunrise, is SO pretty. As long as I’m not seeing it from flat on my back.
We started our winter off with ice rain here too and such a glorious day after it was too. The silver birch fair sparkled like over sized chandeliers. I dropped what I was doing to go for a walk it was that beautiful. Those are the times when I feel really rich, all those sparkling diamonds for free, to all those with the time to watch, even if it is only briefly. Hope your Yaktrax are bearing up, mine have just needed a bit of repair and I don’t think they will last another year. Must get some before they sell out
Wow, you found some beautiful little oddments in the cold! Amazingly enough, it stayed above 40 at our farm near Mt Angel, and the sunshine took it over 50 down between Albany and Corvallis! Ain’t nature grand?
It’s that dang Gorge wind bringing the cold :( We don’t get the wind, but the chill pulls up all the draws from the river and keeps up pretty cold :( It did get up to 34 yesterday :)
When I first looked at the picture I was thinking it was ice cubes balanced on a branch. I need new glasses or some rest…or both!
I love the string of diamonds!
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