The Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes

Wednesday’s Photos

Ice Flowers on the Windshield

To all of my blogging friends living in warmer climes: I’d wish I could send you real flowers. But with temperatures much below freezing in the morning all I can offer you are the ice flowers on our car’s windshield. Applying a little bit of imagination, I found feathers, mountain ranges, canyons, and of course delicate flowers.  Enjoy.

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35 comments

  1. shoreacres · March 11

    I especially like the last photo. It looks a bit like etched stemware from the early 1900s.

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  2. Robert Parker · March 11

    Excellent! This was a great idea. The patterns are actually lovely, and what a playground for the imagination. Mountainscapes, feathers, a Chinese dragon, and I see in Linda’s comment, etched stemware.

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    • Peter Klopp · March 12

      Thank you, Robert, for your insighful comment! Mother Nature is the greatest artist. Sometimes one needs to bend down in adoration to see her beauty.

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  3. cindy knoke · March 11

    Oh so beautiful!

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  4. Stella, oh, Stella · March 11

    They are beautiful! I love especially the two elves in photo no. 3.

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  5. Steve Schwartzman · March 11

    See, you have “flowers,” too. What intricate, feathery forms.

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    • Peter Klopp · March 12

      For the real flowers we may have to wait here until April. It snowed again yesterday.

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  6. Su Leslie · March 11

    These are beautiful images Peter, and wonderful food for the imagination.

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  7. crowcanyonjournal · March 11

    Beautiful! No ice on our windshields since last year. I guess we are heading for another drought!

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    • Peter Klopp · March 12

      I’d wish I could share our overabundance of moisture with you. We have so much snow that our forecasters are already talking about the danger of flooding later on in the spring.

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  8. Des · March 11

    I can see all the things you mentioned as I look at your photos. Amazing shots, Peter!

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  9. jml297 · March 11

    These are incredible, Peter! The patterns and swirls are exquisitely crafted by nature.

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  10. Ulli · March 11

    Wieder wunderschöne Aufnahmen, lieber Peter.
    Eine wahre Augenweide ❣️

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  11. OMG, these are truly amazing.

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  12. Sartenada · March 11

    Stunning photos. You just showed and verified how good Mother Nature is when creating art. Thank you.

    Have a good day!

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  13. Ann Coleman · March 12

    How creative! The ice does look like etched glass..and is very beautiful!

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  14. arv! · March 13

    Brrrr! Looks like it is quite cold. Out here we are in the midst of spring. Hot days ahead.

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  15. kutukamus · March 13

    My, such a beauty! As if they were paintings! 🍸

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  16. PlantsandBeyond · March 21

    OH, my, what a treat to see something like this, esp in Florida. Thank you for bringing me back to childhood

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    • Peter Klopp · March 22

      Welcome back to the childhood, Luda! These are indeed mostly pleasant memories, which we should cherish in these challenging times.

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  17. Jane Lurie · April 11

    Gorgeous ice images, Peter. The patterns are fascinating.

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