I don't think I have seen ice formations as unique, as these 'icicle fringes" before. Lamp- shades or crystal chandeliers come to mind! This is the time of year when we often have daytime melt, then nighttime freeze with our frigid, below freezing temperatures. The probable explanation for these beautiful icicle formations is that we had rain a few days ago and that resulted in a rise of surface water in some places. Then as the water abated the frozen shell ice clung to the trees creating a skirt of ice around their trunks above the snowy, icy surface below.
icy fingers reach
downwards stretching touching earth
melting ice pendants
Above, found in another location, these icy fringes meet the river's surface.