When the ground is saturated with water and the temperatures drop, the water turns to ice – we all know this. Yet, given the right conditions, some of that water may turn into pillars of ice, spurting up from the earth.
If you don’t quite understand what I am trying to say, check out these photos.
Very fine ice crystals on a decaying branch.
Ice crystals emerging from a bank.
Ice crystals looking like city skyscrapers.
Pillars of ice.
This entry was published on January 12, 2013 at 8:52 pm. It’s filed under Photos
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, Kate Hobbs
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