nature, Photography Ice River Feb 1, 2022 Lynette d'Arty-Cross 16 Comments Ice chunks in a nearby river. Happy Tuesday. 🙂 Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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Wow! That looks so cold!
I took this photo a couple of months ago; this river is now completely choked with ice and the water is not visible at all. There’s some water still running under the ice which causes it to break and pile up like that.
A real demonstration of the power of running water.
Yes, water is always so deceptive. We humans always forget about its power until we’re facing a water-produced issue!
Thank you very much. 🙂
I love all the ice chunks and formations along the river. I definitely would not want to fall in!
It definitely interesting to watch the progression. This river is completely covered in ice now and the chunks are all piled everywhere. No falling in – that’s not recommended! 😉
Moving water has a lot of power. Happy Tuesday Lynette. Allan
Oh yes, it certainly does. It’s amazing to think that these piled ice chunks are caused by the water that’s still flowing under the ice.
Looks scary to me to even go close.
Yes, you certainly do have to be careful. I have a good pair of non-slip boots though, so that’s helpful.
I’m amazed. Beautiful photo of something I’ve never seen in person.
Thank you very much. 🙂 I work in the subarctic, so I see a lot of ice in lots of different forms. 😉
What a wonderful sight to capture
Thank you very much! 🙂 There is lots of ice in the subarctic. 😉
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