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|This is a phenomena not to many people see. This picture was taken along the Fox River in Illinois. Early in the winter the river covers the lower part of the trees and freezes on top. Later, the river level drops and leaves these sheets of ice around the trees. The river runs North to South so you can see that the ice on the south side of the trees has melted much more than the north side. On some of the trees have multiple layers caused by the slow drop in the river.|
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wow - this phenomena is realy interesting and beautiful to look at.
I'm glad you explaned it, it's a wonderful result of mother nature, thanks that you captured it for us, bye and warm regards
Sabine - wishnugaruda
- [2009-02-01 6:30]
Very interesting. I haven't seen anything like this in years and never in photo. Nice job. Gary
Eres buen observador. Una foto preciosa del detalle formado por la nieve y el hielo. Excelente luz y realismo en los colores.
Saludos: Josep Ignasi.
Funny really! Interesting phenomena, neves seen before! TFS!
- [2009-02-03 9:20]
you really have the eye! There is a lot to see in this picture and the atmosphere is that of a wintery calm. Very well done, Bob.
My best regards