Natural Splendour of the ArrowLake

Wednesday’s Photos

Ice, Rocks and Water

On our walk along the beach I noticed that the lake level had not dropped since the last snowfall. So the edge of the lakeshore and the snow were close together. That was a great opportunity for Mother nature to form icicles with each wave spilling over the rocks. That immediately gave me the theme for today’s photo presentation. Enjoy!

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Sleeping Beauty

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Long-nosed Icicles

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Multicoloured Stones

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Ice Fingers

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Miniature Stalactites

34 comments

  1. Robert Parker · March 6, 2019

    Nice ice! I like the one with multicolored stones very much.
    And the “long-nosed” has me grinning away. 🙂 Trying to think of which cartoonist always had everyone looking that way.

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  2. thecedarjournal · March 6, 2019

    I liked the ice fingers. They really look like they could belong to someone.

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  3. Ruth · March 6, 2019

    Terrific post of nature at its finest! Gorgeous. Chilly. But gorgeous.

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  4. Jodi · March 6, 2019

    Oh sooooo beautiful!!! Thanks for sharing Peter!

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  5. Amy · March 6, 2019

    I’ve never seen that before—fascinating!

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  6. PlantsandBeyond · March 6, 2019

    Amazing. They look like winter fingers. Great eye you have, Peter.

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  7. Ulli · March 6, 2019

    Wunderbar gesehen, lieber Peter, bei dem ersten Bild denke ich an ein Tier mit tropfendem Fell.
    liebe Grüße
    Ulli

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  8. Pit · March 6, 2019

    Eiszapfen haben ihren ganz besonderen Reiz! 🙂

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  9. Stella, oh, Stella · March 6, 2019

    “Sleeping beauty” is a good name. I thought it looked like a sleeping seal … 😉

    Great photos, Peter!

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  10. Su Leslie · March 6, 2019

    These are beautiful, and an extraordinary sight for me.

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  11. Wunderschoene Eiszapfen, Peter, since I was a child I love them, back than as kids we were told , wenn man an Esizapfen lutscht, dann bekommt man Lungenentzuendung.

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  12. kopfundgestalt · March 7, 2019

    Wow!
    Nicely captured Long-nosed Icicles.
    I think I would have shot 300 pics at least. You have to use this opportunity to the fullest.

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    • Peter Klopp · March 7, 2019

      I was so glad I had taken my camera with me. Winter is not over yet and I may be able to shoot a few more of those long-nosed icicles.

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  13. Nurul Fitri Lubis · March 8, 2019

    AWWW. Those Ices are amazing, Peter. Especially Sleeping beauty. It looks like diamond..

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  14. Sarah · March 8, 2019

    Amazing pictures, Peter! You’ve catched those icicles wonderfully!

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    • Peter Klopp · March 8, 2019

      You are right, Sarah! The various shapes of the icicles are a fascinating theme for photography.

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  15. jml297 · March 8, 2019

    Stunning photos, Peter! Such clarity I can (nearly!) feel the chill as I look at them 🥶

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