In case you’re complaining about summer heat, here’s a reminder of another reality.
Floating iceberg, Greenland
Frozen Multnomah Falls, Oregon, US
Icebreaker, Saint Laurent in Resolute Bay, Nunavut Territory, Canada
Plitvicka Jezera, Croatia
Glacier Bay, Alaska, US
Stevens Point, Wisconsin, US
Cracks in ice, Abraham Lake, Alberta, Canada by Chip Phillips
Ice Canyon, Greenland
Cleveland Harbor lighthouse, Ohio, US
Glacier Bay, Alaska, US
Pleneau Bay, Antarctica by Sander Klaassen
Cactus, by Jandksmith
Two feet of snow in New York City, US
spiral iceberg, Antarctica
Great Wall of China
Outdoor jacuzzi on the Matterhorn, Switzerland
West Village, New York City, US, by Julie Rose Sews
Zao Onsen ski resort, northern Japan
Looks like a painting on a Christmas card
Thanks to Sam Pryor at Pinterest. I confess, I lost the info of another person who had many wonderful snow and ice images at Pinterest. I think I’ve learned to be more diligent in saving the names of those I’d like to appreciate.
Beautiful Dusky: Every thing came trough with great brilliance and no annoying third screens. Thanks for sending it is just breathtaking. Tim
Wow! Those are all so wonderful/breathtaking/gorgeous/scary!
Its hard to imagine it being so cold with the weather we’ve been having, although it finally starting to cool down here in Indiana.
I think my favorite’s the house with ALL THAT SNOW! it looks like someone put a rather large dollop of whip cream on top…
Impossible to pick a favorite . . . not enough adjectives to describe these wonders!
Hi Dusky, your site is gorgeous! The picture of the lamps in the West Village, NYC, is one that I took. If you could link back to where I originally posted it, that would be great. Thanks! The image is from this blog post: http://www.julierosesews.com/2011/01/snowglobe-of-city.html
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Thank You !!!
Don’t cry over the cold wind and ice. Let your soul warm your brain which will then activate your thyroid, which will rev up your fat metabolism, which then will perk-up every neuron in your sensory processing projection cortical sheets so that your entorhinal cortex will explode all your emotive and cognitive brain areas that in turn will zap-on your sympathetic nervous system so that you feel oh so warm inside as you stare at the beauty that snow and ice alone can produce!
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Wonderful way to begin the day! The next best thing to being there. Long live old man winter!
Amazing photos, it’s incredible how wildlife survives. very enjolyable