Tuesday, January 28, 2014


This winter has been extremely icy.  The
weather conditions have been freeze, thaw, freeze, thaw. 
Just right for forming treacherous icy conditions.
Almost everyone I talk to has fallen knows of several
people who have.
With the bad side of the ice, however, comes the good side -
the beautiful side.  I have captured some
phenomenal shots of ice formations on the creek.
It's a photographer's paradise.



Name: Amanda said...

Great pictures mom!!! I love them both - the creekside shards are beautiful! xoxo stay warm

aknor said...

These are beautiful, Diane!! I haven't checked in on your blog for quite a while - went back to visit my folks and that seemed to take up so much of my head space I didn't have time for much "blog cruising". Hope you, Rascal and Leonard are all well!!

Ruth's Photo Blog said...

I love those feathery ice formations.

purplehaze said...

Beautiful pictures. Do you remember when icy streets were an invitation to slide!!!!!!!!! Well that was when we were kids and had alot smaller distance to fall. Have a great day and wear your cleats. I know I will

Tammy@T's Daily Treasures said...

You be careful out there, Diane. The shards do make lovely photos. Best wishes, Tammy

June said...

These photos are beautiful!!!Now don't you go falling down on your hiney Diane! It looks scary out there.
We have had the mildest winter and no snow. I am getting really worried about our water situation this year.
It doesn't do me any good to worry, so I'm just enjoying the sunshine we've been having all of January. My daughter lives in Boise and she said she hadn't seen the sun in a month until yesterday when the inversion they've had lifted. Hasn't the weather been crazy this year?
Stay warm and safe dear and no slipping!!!!
hugs from here...