We're having a slight January cold snap today, down to -9°C, not really cold actually. But the fresh snow continues to fall so there's at least 16" on top of the planter now, deep fluffy snow that's no good for making snowmen unfortunately. But it would be great for xc skiing or snowshoeing. Today I'm working on the Tallurutiup Imanga, the Quttinirpaaq and such. In the meantime a further selection of ice pictures from down at the harbour, courtesy Mrs. F.G.
Wonderful shots of the ice.ReplyDelete
Mrs. FG is really becoming a skilled Photographer.ReplyDelete
Be Safe and Enjoy!
It's about time.
Awesome sculptures. Wonderful to see how the family is all getting into the act. :-)ReplyDelete
Those chilly ice photos are sure indicative of our January cold snap.ReplyDelete
Great photos of the ice sculptures!!ReplyDelete
Very interesting sculptures.ReplyDelete
phew!!! Those icicles are huge, and great photos Mrs F.G. The focus, and the whiteness, superb.ReplyDelete
Great icy shots! Water is such an amazing compound. I can't imagine life without it. Hey, wait a minute - there would not be any life without it!ReplyDelete
Natural ice sculptures. Love these.ReplyDelete
Your ice photos!ReplyDelete
I'm always fascinated by your ice shots (and Mrs FG's too). Minus 9 sounds quite chilly enough for me.ReplyDelete
GORGEOUS!! many thanks mrs. fg!! we might be getting snow!!!!ReplyDelete
Beautiful ice pictures. Nature does it best, eh?ReplyDelete
I am always fascinated with the ice coating on rocks and trees. Great photos.ReplyDelete