Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Waterfall Ice Strands

For Watery Wednesday ...

For lack of a better name I am calling these ice strands ... they delicately dangle off a birch log in a waterfall near Bloomfield, NB.

Posted by: "Guest Blogger" Riel. Thanks to "Watery Wednesday." To see more "Watery Wednesday" posts from other bloggers around the world, just click the icon on the sidebar.

23 comments:

Pagan Sphinx said...

Oh, that is a gorgeous natural ice sculpture you came upon. Just beautiful. I can get lost in it on so many levels.

madcobug said...

Beautiful photo. Helen

Tess said...

what a beautiful photo. The ice looks like a curtain. wow! nice shot!

VALKYRIEN said...

Great photo! Natural ice sculptures are so much fun, both to look at and to photograph! This is a beuty!

Pacey said...

I can't believe those waters turn out like that ice strands...it's just beautiful.

Tricia said...

Wow that's an awesome shot, but sooo cold looking too! I can't wait for spring! hehehe

Robert V. Sobczak said...

Now that's an interesting sight. Water in its solid form is a sight to behold in all its shapes and sizes. But watch where you step!!! It can be slick.

Carletta said...

They look like little stalactites!

ramblingwoods.com said...

Riel...Could you post about how Ann is doing? It's been quite a while now. Did I miss an update...Michelle

Becky and Gary said...

Just gorgeous Ann. How amazing what beauty Mother nature can do for us!
B.

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

That is so beautiful.Nature creates for us such diversity.
Blessings,Ruth

Mary said...

They look really beautiful and are so unusual looking.

bobbie said...

What a beautiful photo, Riel. You are doing a wonderful job as guest blogger! this picture is amazing!

Sharon said...

Very Beautiful!! Please tell Ann that she has a lot of blog friends out here who wish her well and are thinking about her:)

Kathy said...

Very cool looking ice strands. =) Enjoyed looking at your photo's on your blog.

Appalachian Lady said...

They look oh so cold but interesting shapes. I love nature.

me ann my camera said...

Thank you everyone for the nice comments. I'll pass along all best wishes to Ann. She is doing well but will still be in the hospital for several weeks. At least it is so cold, snowy, etc. here it is maybe not as hard being inside all day for her as it would be if it was Spring already. Thanks again for all the kind thoughts for her. Riel

Ginger said...

Lovely icicles. Cold, but beautiful.

floreta said...

wow. frozen water fall. so cool!

Deborah Godin said...

Really lovely frozen moment, and birch is so beautiful!

Judy said...

These ice strands look a little like the glass ones you sometimes see as Christmas tree decorations!
I agree that it is a fascinating photo, with so much to see!!!
Thanks for sharing!!

Kay said...

Oh my! This is so cool! Nature is truly amazing!

Geraldine said...

What a unique and beautiful pic.

What a gorgeous province you live in Anne. Joe and I plan to visit asap, due in large part to what we've seen on your wonderful blog to date.

Hugs, G