Monday, January 14, 2019

More Ice Sculptures

I gathered lots of pictures of ice along the shoreline, so here are a few more for your viewing pleasure.  There'll still be more too.  These are all in Meaford.









Recognize the Meaford tortoise?  A little covered up at the moment.



18 comments:

  1. That is some bitter ice. Dangerous while being lovely and interesting.

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  2. It's amazing what shapes ice can take near waters like that.

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  3. Those curved ice formations are beautiful. That poor tortoise must be chilly -- still looks like a tortoise though.

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  4. That ice is so thick on the branches. Beautiful!

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  5. They are amazing!!! Sure does look cold!!

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  6. Wow,lost for words, this is so amazing.

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  7. The ice formations are so wonderful. The continue splashing and freezing in thin layers to make a very solid from is fascinating.

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  8. Amazing the beauty that nature creates for us to see.
    Be Safe and Enjoy!

    It's about time.

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  9. Nice natural ice photos and it makes me glad I am where I am except I do miss the winter photo opportunities. Now I don't want to see a photo of a block of ice resembling a man sitting on a scooter with a camera in his hand...…..

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  10. Oh my! These are wonderful images!

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  11. very cool

    Speaking of cool...we're supposed to have a high of 64 today....brrrr

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  12. Love the ice sculpture along the shore of Georgina Bay great memories of many years ago.

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  13. Natural ice sculptures are beautiful and yet we tend to miss them. Thank you for sharing these with us. That ice looks really thick in places!

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  14. Beautiful pictures but I'm sure glad I don't live near there. Here in Kansas snow on the ground but going to be 50 for a few days and melt it all and then by Friday-Saturday more snow and down to 0 F. A BIG change from one day to the next.

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  15. what a great area to live in - do love how the scenery changes so often

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  16. Incredible ice sculptures. Nature is a good artist! :-)

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  17. Cannot help but love them...

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