03.03.2015 Return to Puffer Pond Falls

With the extreme cold Saturday night and Sunday morning, I decided to take another look at Puffer Pond Falls and see how the ice was forming.  As I got out of my car I noticed the blue in the ice and was happy to be there…..unlike my blah attitude yesterday.

So here is one more waterfall ice image…with any luck, there will be other attractions shortly.  Anyway, despite my being all done with my enthusiasm for cold weather photography for this season…and despite my realizing that it isn’t even close to over…I give you another frozen Puffer Pond Falls.


About Steve Gingold

I am a Nature Photographer with interests in all things related. Water, flowers, insects and fungi are my main interests but I am happy to photograph wildlife and landscapes and all other of Nature's subjects.
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29 Responses to 03.03.2015 Return to Puffer Pond Falls

  1. krikitarts says:

    Blah days are sometimes necessary for the recharging of the batteries that serve to charge inspirational renewal. I wish I had something like this within a day’s range of my excursion possibilities!


  2. krikitarts says:

    You don’t know how lucky you are, boy!


  3. Jim in IA says:

    That is a massive mess of ice. Very impressive. It looks like your next two days are going to be very unpleasant followed by warmer and sunshine. When the season change happens, it might be sudden.

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    • That is only part of the waterfall, Jim. It’s not as tall as it appears, probably 15-20 feet high.
      Things did not develop as they might have. We got about 2 inches with just a slight crust on top. More is forecast for tomorrow, but they are saying <1". There was a nice melt today at about 40° and more like that for the weekend and next week. So far, the prediction is for a slow rise in the temperature, but it changes from day to day.

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  4. Steve, that is a whole lotta ice and extremely pretty. I’ve never so much ice in one photo. Excellent shot.

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  5. Lyle Krahn says:

    I’m good with that! It’s beautiful.

    Liked by 1 person

  6. Lottie Nevin says:

    This reminds me that I need to defrost my freezer – your excellent photograph looks very much like the ice which is packed solid round the ice-box door 😦

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  7. Andrew says:

    Is that real Steve? It looks like something out of Hans Christian Andersen!! Amazing. Lucky you.

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  8. Jim in IA says:

    Speaking of ice and cold, I read this article on Earth Observatory this morning and thought of you.

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  9. Your picture of Puffer Pond Falls is much better than the typical puff piece we sometimes see in magazines. The blue cast of the image goes well with the temperature, as uncomfortable as that must have made you out in the field.


  10. Girl Gone Expat says:

    What beautiful formations water can create! Love the blue-green-ish colour, very nice.


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