We were lucky; the ice storm got us, but only enough to leave a coating of ice over all the trees and shrubs. No serious damage nearby, though we were without power last night for several hours, and further south damage and power outages are much more widespread.
I first noticed the Birch tree in our yard, with some of its branches bent right over. Birch trees do tend to be flexible like this, and I expect they will bounce back up once the ice melts.
We just got about a cm. of ice on the branches and twigs, not enough to break them very often, but pretty..
The White Pine do tend to suffer in a storm like this, but these young flexible branches will likely bounce back too.
In the meantime every single needle is coated in white.
The Red Osier looks nice under a coating of ice.
It's not just a coating of ice, but on some trees hundreds of small icicles formed.
The woods across the road simply looks white.
These are those two Pasque Flowers which I shared a picture of 3 days ago. Even these will probably recover, 'resurrecting themselves by Easter Monday' - what a great symbol of Easter!