by Milo Smith
The more restrictive the Covid conditions the more the need to get out and be creative.
So, no just staying home. I get out for exercise. I was scouring the banks of the Garry river when I came across an interesting ice formation at river level. The repetitive pattern made by nature grabbed my attention.
This was photographed the first sunny day after a big snowstorm in January.
Here is crop of the lace effect, a few inches above the river surface.
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How lovely. As someone who crochet’s her own lace, I can truly appreciate the delicacy of nature’s needlework.
Ice sculptures by Mother Nature!
Great photo! Beautiful ice!
Cool (no pun intended) photos, Milo!