Posted on January 31, 2014 by Bob Berwyn
Dawn sky glow tints a batch of icicles outside our kitchen window in Frisco, Colorado.
FRISCO —Living in a place where sub-freezing temps are common for at least half the year, you learn to appreciate the friendly side of the cold season. I’ve long had a fascination with frozen things, so jaunting about with a camera to capture some of the ice formations is second nature. When I saw the theme of this week’s #FriFotos twitter chat, I knew it wouldn’t take too long to pull a few appropriate images out of the archives. Please visit our online gallery at Fine Art America for a full selection of Colorado landscape and nature images.
Frozen … in time!
A frozen parking lot mud puddle.
You can’t really compile a “frozen” photo set without including a picture of Antarctica.
A frozen ice pillow on the Snake River.
Fissures in the frozen surface of Dillon Reservoir, Summit County, Colorado.
An unusually bountiful bloom of frost flowers.
Crystal formations along the Snake River, near Keystone, Colorado.
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