Thursday, January 16, 2014

Ice Storm Dec. 2013 Pictures

This is what our road looked like at the time of the ice storm. No traffic at all due to the ban on all travel except for emergencies. Below are pictures I took during the ice storm.  

Iced Hay Rake  Below Iced Berries


Iced Small Blue Spruce Trees

Iced Brussel Sprouts

Arch of Ice   Bent over Birch Tree
Iced Maple Tree Branches bent down and touching the ground

Iced Birch Catkins

Iced Maple Leaves

Iced Sunflowers and Netting for Peas

Iced Netting close up

Iced Grape Vines

After 5 days of temperatures above freezing, the  thick coat of ice has finally melted from the roofs.  All of the bent over trees popped back upright as soon as the ice fell over their branches. 


  1. Cool photos. It's just amazing how ice (or hoar favorite!) change the look of our surroundings.

  2. The iced berries and trees are so adorable!!! I've never lived in a snowy place before- looks pretty amazing!

  3. Absolutely beautiful photos - the pop of those berries! I am so jealous - I could live in ice cold weather 24/7 x 365!

  4. Mary, such stunning photos! I'm glad you captured these icy days with your camera because you caught everyday beauty that may have been missed - such as the hay rake and the berries. We've had quite a cold front here in VA as well, but nothing quite like this!!


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