The Ice Pods

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  1. Dwayne Oakes

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    Thanks for taking a look !
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    ooohhh that is a cold pic..great work.
     
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    Interesting. I looks a little awkward to me, going sideways like that: is that how they grew?
     
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    Thank you both !

    TwoRails-Yea the ice forms are sidewise like that which is odd as our eye
    is used to seeing them pointing down do to gravity. The ice forms
    were made by waterfall mist blowing on a slope. One of nature's little wonders.

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    Thanks for the reply, Dwayne, as I really was curious. It's amazing what can 'trick' the human eye, and what can make for an interesting photo as a result :) Nice shot.
     

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