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Icicles

Posted by
B. Thomas (Arlington, Texas, United States) on 4 January 2014 in Miscellaneous.

Icicles melting off the roof after the ice storm.

NIKON D5000 1/350 second F/22.0 ISO 320 108 mm (35mm equiv.)

Hiro from Kyoto, Japan

Beautifully shinning !

4 Jan 2014 8:53am

J.R. from Urasoe City, Japan

Nice, haven't seen an icicle in years:)

4 Jan 2014 9:07am

michel creze from le havre, France

Joli !!!!...et il y a des gouttes qui tombent !!!!

Pretty!! and there are drops falling!!

4 Jan 2014 9:54am

jean pierre from paris, France

magnifiques!! attention la tête!! amitiés

4 Jan 2014 1:32pm

Josep from Barcelona, Spain

Wonderful effect with the sunlight shining upon those frozen (and ephemeral) stalactites. Wish you a Great Year, Barbara, with all the foxes and more beautiful creatures you have in your "garden" ;-)

4 Jan 2014 1:55pm

Toscana from Baden, France

Beautiful shot ! before sunshine will melt them....
Catherine

4 Jan 2014 3:08pm

alex centrella from California, United States

wow..thats cold...burr...

4 Jan 2014 3:49pm

Frances from Massachusetts, United States

Superb shot! Wonderful light and precise action shot with the capturing of the drips as they are falling. Excellent image 5*

P.S. I didn't think it got that cold in Texas?

4 Jan 2014 4:00pm

@Frances: You thought right, but starting on Dec. 6 we had a rare occurrence - an ice storm that paralyzed most of north Texas. It happens so seldom here that cities are not prepared or do not have enough equipment for clearing roads and streets. Schools, businesses and churches closed for a few days. It almost never gets that cold for very long, but even after the sleet and freezing rain stopped, the ice didn't melt for several days.

Ruthiebear from Titusville, NJ, United States

Gorgeous sparkle to this icicles

4 Jan 2014 4:12pm

Nicou from Sion, Switzerland

Quels beaux glaçons avec la transparence et la brillance sueprbe.
amitié

4 Jan 2014 4:17pm

dik from Texas, United States

Beautiful, but I don't miss the ice storms of N. Tex. :)

4 Jan 2014 4:42pm

Rafael from North Miami, United States

Great shot, looks like glass.

4 Jan 2014 5:07pm

Frankiess from Český Těšín, Czech Republic

Great lighting effect and nice framing

4 Jan 2014 5:23pm

Sam from ChennaiWow., India

Wow. So beautiful. Lovely icicles. Great shot. :)

4 Jan 2014 5:25pm

omid from mashhad, Iran

woow!
It's an amazing shot
with beautiful composition, focus & lighting!

4 Jan 2014 6:08pm

Judy aka L@dybug from Brooksville, FL, United States

Sure don't (I know, poor grammar) look like Texas! ;D

4 Jan 2014 6:52pm

@Judy aka L@dybug: Sure "don't feel like Texas", either! ;-)

Laur from Clermont-Ferrand, France

Brrrrr il ne doit pas faire chaud, jolie image hivernale !

4 Jan 2014 7:24pm

john4jack from Corvallis, Oregon, United States

marvelous!!

5 Jan 2014 12:07am

Lougris from Toulouse, France

Ne pas passer dessous !!! :) jolis !!

5 Jan 2014 12:18am

Julie L. Brown from Indianapolis, Indiana, United States

Beautiful work, Barbara!

5 Jan 2014 1:02am

Sharon Pleasants from Monroe, Louisiana, United States

Beautiful!!!!

5 Jan 2014 4:51am

Japanalia from Yokohama, Japan

Now..when you get so many icicles hanging from the roof, you know you're in winter for sure! I'd love to have here just a touch of white powder (snow) to cover everything...but NOT an ice storm! I like the angle you chose for this shot, it makes winter look...homely!

5 Jan 2014 8:02am

L'angevine from Angers, France

superbe les tons

5 Jan 2014 8:07am

Francisco Romero from Carbajal de la Legua, Spain

Great light and composition!

5 Jan 2014 12:39pm

John Jungklaus from Chase Mills, NY, United States

That's alot of ice !! A great capture Barbara !! I hope things are back to normal !!

7 Jan 2014 3:37am

Hilde V. Morin from Portland, Oregon, United States

This is wonderful Barbara :)

7 Jan 2014 5:52am

StarCosmosBleu from Bedford.Qc, Afghanistan

I just love this shot..very nicely taken..i had a similar occasion but i like the way you taken it from that angle...perfect...nice transparency and light

21 Jan 2014 8:20am

NIKON D5000
1/350 second
F/22.0
ISO 320
108 mm (35mm equiv.)