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Gracefully Bowing

By 1nikongirl  
This pine tree didn't get destroyed by the ice. However some of the larger trees about 40 years old, literally snapped in half under the weight of the ice.

Tags: Wildlife and nature Winter ice

Voters: ColleenA, gajewski, Benlib and 8 more


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Comments


ColleenA Plus
3 315 3 Australia
10 Jan 2014 4:11AM
What a amazing image. So sad to hear that the tres were damaged. Looks very cold

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Benlib 4 1 3
10 Jan 2014 6:18AM
this is lovely, making the best of the situation present. well done
richmowil Plus
7 310 1 England
10 Jan 2014 11:31AM
Incredible condition to cause this!! Nice Image!! I like it a lot!!
Jocelia Plus
4 2 1 Australia
11 Jan 2014 11:55PM
A most unusual capture and a cooling one with Perth having 44c on Saturday.
The formations have clustered in a magic form around the spikes…. Good one….WinkWinkWink
The pine was flexible enough, hardwoods maybe not so much. Ice storms can be so beautify, and so destructive. Great shot!!

Peter
Chinga Plus
5 1 1 United Kingdom
13 Jan 2014 6:53AM
I have never seen that! Nature does put out some great displays!
Sorry to hear some trees got damaged though...
Land of Narnia?
IB

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