Ice Bird

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  1. Efergoh

    Efergoh TPF Noob!

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    Caught this little fella this morning from my front porch with a 300mm lens...
    We had a bit of an ice storm last night, and got this one right around sunrise...

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    dang that's cool. Ice storms are pretty sweet until they start ripping down power lines and trees.
     
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    Hey! I had an ice storm too! Didn't get any shots though...:er:
     
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    Whoa, all coated in ice there is! Thankfully not your little Mr Sparrow!
    I have only ever seen something like this happen once in my life! Everything coated in ice, that is. Just once in all my - longer than most of yours on here - life!
     
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    yeah, using the ice scrapper on the windshield of my truck was pretty much pointless...
    After about 5 minutes of futile scrapping and chipping, I went into the house and filled a gallon jug with hot water and poured it on the windows and door handles.
    The whole vehicle was encased in ice...about a quarter of an inch worth...
     

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