by Milo Smith
I always like the opportunities spring brings. The Garry River fills and roars along after a winter of subdued flow. When March brings both freezing conditions and a full river, interesting ice formations occur usually clinging to twigs and branches.
Here are three from this Spring.
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Very nice shots…
Mother Nature’s gift to you!Sent from Samsung tablet
Interesting and observant shots. Nature’s diamonds.