Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes

More Ice and Snow

On Valentine’s Day, my wife and I ventured out into the cold again. As we put on very thick gloves to prevent frostbites, we found it very difficult to handle those tiny buttons on our digital cameras. So we bared our hands to shoot some more pictures of the impressive ice formation. In return for our numb fingers, we were rewarded with a few more photos with interesting ice formations. Over a cup of coffee and a delicious apple torte, we always preview, compare and critique each other’s photos. Rain and milder weather are in the forecast. So this could be easily the last instalment of winter photos. Enjoy.

24 thoughts on “Natural Splendour of the Arrow Lakes

  1. Hallo Peter, herrliche Eisimpressionen und fantastische Fotos. Da kann man schon mal einige kalte Finger in Kauf nehmen. Und die Apfeltore war ja auch noch eine Entschädigung. Liebe Grüße nach Kanada. Wolfgang

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  2. It’s interesting—you can almost sense the softening of the ice from your earlier photos. I’m not sure why—it seems rounder? Less pointed? Or is it just wishful thinking on my part as I hope for spring?

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  3. So many nice icicle lineups! I found something like these the other day hanging from a fallen tree over the waterfall I visit. Now they have melted. I enjoyed the nice view through that weathered iron ring.

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