Poetry doesn’t have much good to say about ice – but here it creates a study in silver. I am glad to sit by the cheerful fire and admire the beauty of the ice through the window.
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Brrr Your picture looks cold.
Whao..that’s certainly lots of ice in your area.. IT looks extremely cold.
A great atmosphere and wonderful photos.
I sure could use some stimulating designs for my garden this Spring.
That looks seriously COLD
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Lisa, Christian and Molly – Very cold and some damage done to the trees. Alas.