20180124 Ice storm, Meshaw Falls

We looked at the effects of the ice storms through the FZ 1000 and the GH4 with the Leica 100-400 mm lens in the neighbourhood of Britt and up at Meshaw Falls on the French River.   Some examples:

Still River from Legion Lane.

Mouth of Still River with Byng Inlet in background…

Textures …. ( Click on some of these close-ups to see the beauty of ice sculpturing.  Use your back button in your browser to return to the blog.)

Byng Inlet

“Weeping” White Pine …

Shadows …

Birch under ice …

Highway 507 icy White Pine …

Peek-a-boo Sun …

Upstream Meshaw Falls …

Downstream …

Ice prison …

Goldenrod in ice against snow …

More textures ….

A hibernaculum for some sort of insect, made out of a rolled alder leaf….

A pair of Hooded Mergansers diving for minnows at the base of Meshaw Falls …

The ice lasted a few days so we had lots of opportunity to examine its effects.

One thought on “20180124 Ice storm, Meshaw Falls

  1. Dear Tom, you captured that crisp freshness and clarity that this Season offers. Thank you. xoxo

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