Tag Archives: blue ice
The colder it gets, the bluer the ice, at least in the camera sensor’s opinion. We’re due for some single digits this weekend starting tonight with some wind chills below zero. We’ll see if I’ve still got what it takes … Continue reading
I think I’ve now shared the images that best represent the shoot from last Friday. This last one is the entire formation of the one I posted yesterday featuring the globular ice build up. Linda mentioned the tubular shaped icicles … Continue reading
As I drove along the Quabbin Spillway yesterday I noticed a large mass of ice atop a rock below the falling water. Part was blue, from being cold I guess, while the bulk was bright white. I liked the contrast … Continue reading
Not much to add to yesterdays commentary. I hope you enjoy this additional image from this past weekend. Happy Friday.
It really hasn’t been all that cold this winter except for one spell when we hit single digits. Last weekend saw the teens a few times after a span of some days with a good 40° and lots of melting so … Continue reading
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 … Continue reading