More Amazing!!! Ice

Welcome back for the second part of mine and Buffy’s hike on Eagle Mountain.

Areas of the creek were dry where the water dropped underground, and other areas had running water.

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 Ice only remained in this shaded 25-30 foot area.

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Areas had multi-layered ice, and others had a thin sheet of it.

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I hope you enjoyed the second part of your vicarious hike.

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I have to give Buffy credit for staying off the ice, so I could capture all this beauty.

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Here’s the link to my first ice blog:

https://naturesnippets.wordpress.com/wp-admin/post.php?post=8109&action=edit

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12 responses to this post.

  1. Like sand sculptures in the desert…very pretty!

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  2. Beautiful ice patterns! And beautiful Buffy 😀

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  3. Buffy’s a great companion, Love the icy swirls

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  4. Posted by Therese on March 5, 2014 at 3:05 pm

    Cool! (ha ha)… loved the photos. I saw so many things inside the ice…angel, lobster, pelvic area of a skeleton etc. Did I say I loved it?

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  5. I love the patterns that you find, and I can hear the sound of that ice breaking in my mind. I used to love riding my bike through it in the spring when I was a kid, just to hear it.

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  6. We’re all not missing it now, but what gorgeous patterns you captured then. Amazing!

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