Thursday, February 9, 2012

Natural Ice Sculptures

















Yesterday, when we were walking near Corbridge along the Devil's Water, a tributary of the River Tyne, we found these natural ice sculptures in mid-stream. The water level had dropped overnight and left them suspended from the rocks. With today's rain and thaw their ephemeral beauty will have dissolved away,


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  1. That's marvellous, I've never seen anything quite like that.

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  2. Beautiful. All we've got on the Wirral is cold rain.

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    1. Our cold spell didn't last long John, but it produced some memorable icy sculptures..

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