Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Ice Capades

I've lived in Illinois all my life which at this point is a considerable amount of time, but I have never seen icicles like this.





Believe it?  All of those pictures were shot last Sunday.  And what sort of weather did we have on Monday? Guess.

I think I'd like to move. Hope your day is a good one!

11 comments:

  1. That is incredible! You can move down here....looks like golfers are out early this morning! It's bright and sunny and nice! Wish you were here! Hugs!

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  2. Must be a lot of heat escaping from those buildings with icicles like that!! That's going to be a big melt!! We haven't had any considerable snow here for a couple of weeks, I shouldn't say a word......

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  3. I can't imagine seeing such things, I've never seen even one icicle! I'll stop complaining about it being 30-60 down here in North Florida for now. ;) Stay warm. Gorgeous shots!

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    1. It really is something to see. Some of those icicles are at least five feet long.

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  4. There aren't many places to go where you can escape this winter..Those icicles happen when downspouts are blocked (frozen)..Hope you don't experience any ice damming..I have them too but they're not that big..yet..Be careful..They're dangerous..

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  5. Those look dangerous but beautiful.

    xo Danielle

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  6. Even in warm Florida, those icicles could make me shiver. How beautiful though!

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  7. Goodness...I could not walk under those..Holy cow, they could kill someone!

    Carol

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    1. Winter is full of harzards around here.

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  8. The icicles this year have been insane. You got some great photos capturing that!

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  9. Wow! I've never seen icicles quite that large before!!

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