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Sunday, December 24, 2017

Winter celebration

Yesterday's combination of rain and cold temperatures caused glaze ice to form on tree branches in Walpole, Massachusetts.  The outer limbs were completely encased in an amazing layer of ice!

I'm not sure what conditions led to the pebbled appearance of the ice.  Do you know?

Here's another example (below).  The patterns and light running through the ice were stunning.  [I sure do miss cold winters in New England!]

One more picture, this time of several branches:

May you also find joy in the light of winter!

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