Posted on February 20, 2013 by Catherine ArcolioIce Jam After an incomplete thaw the river becomes its own obstacle. Like this:Like Loading...
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Amazing chunks of ice.
Thank you for posting those very beautiful photos of a real winter! It looks peaceful and sunny, and a bit hostile at the same time, as it represents the COLD:) thanks so much for stopping by at my blog, have a nice day, greetings from Paris, Andrea
it does indeed look very peaceful. Wish I’d been there to see it!
Like it. Makes a Beedon winter look very mild.
I get a sense from it, as many lives broken and froze, soon with the on set of warm spring weather, hearts melt, becoming one with the flow of the waters, as in birth.
Another wonderful photo. I love the way your words always have an interesting angle on the scene.
…kinda’ like life…
Love the photo and the poem and I agree with shellyfaber that it reminded me of life.
Agreed. It would fit in nicely with what we do at PP&P. Some stories can be told in very few words. Well done. Dave
A standout image!
Brilliant photo and comment
Very powerful image.
love how the light effects the photo. great job!!
Your photos take me to snow country in childhood.
Marvelous–both photo and poem! Ice can make such interesting textures.
Ice Jam – quite a unique perspective of ice! The photo is very artistic.
Looks really good. Nice to see that it’s warming up somewhere.
Beautiful photo and post! This is like life, I think. I find I’m often my own obstacle.
Very nice and wonderful.
…and we become our own obstacles.
Fantastic insight. At length, the river gathers and purges.
My first thought also was that it reminded me of our life as we allow obstacles to stop us from being who we were meant to be.
Darn. Now I hafta go shoot ice-jam images … 🙂
Great caption. Sounds like a proverb.
so true, we become our own obstacles and I really like the photo too
love this. I am well familiar with this concept.
great photo…nicely said!