Best freezage this winter

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Since the weekend I've been keeping my news feeds under control.  A typical day takes about 20 minutes to read all the news feeds for (it was a lot longer before I culled lots and lots).  Which doesn't sound like a lot until you miss a day or two, then it adds up very quickly.  So got today's feeds read and spent the rest of the evening geotagging.  Well sort of.  Finding photos taken over Japan, Russian and Germany and tagging them in Google Earth.

Just for fun, here's some pool freezage we had on July 30 - the best we've had this winter.  Solid enough to hold up the bird seed container easily.

When I came back an hour or so later, it had refrozen!

Had to smash through the ice on the bucket of water - and the crystals forming underneath the surface were amazing!

Bucket crystals
Bucket crystals


Missy said:

Loverly pictures of the ice, which is always a challenge!

August 17, 2011 2:42 AM


Lisa said:

wow - those pics are awesome!

August 17, 2011 9:25 AM


Kazza the Blank One said:

thanks.. yeah I had to use random camera cause my big one is too big and doesn't focus that close, and my iphone really needs two hands to use! And took lots and lots of photos to get the few I liked :)

August 17, 2011 5:53 PM


Gary LaPointe said:

Great shots, but I kept clicking on them to enlarge them...

August 18, 2011 12:04 PM


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