Amazing!!! Ice

An ice storm we had was one thing; the ice in the creek on Eagle Mountain was completely different … and so enjoyable

and fascinating.

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All the pictures in this blog and the one I plan to post Wednesday came from this 25-30 foot section of the creek.

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This section was the only part of the creek with a north-facing slope to shade it.

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Hope you enjoyed your vicarious hike.

Hope to see you again Wednesday for the rest of our hike.

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14 responses to this post.

  1. Beautiful shots but if you’re like us you’re probably ready to start taking pics of spring wildflowers!

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  2. Really interesting swirls, what a fun time you and Buffy had!

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  3. Ice can be very beautiful, and it reveals all the tiny currents that we can’t see. Great photos!

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  4. Great captures of the lovely swirly patterns of the ice.

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  5. enjoyed the beautiful pics of the ice formations

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  6. Posted by Therese on March 9, 2014 at 9:31 am

    The artistry of Mother Nature is absolutely amazing!

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