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South Branch Raritan River, Raritan Twsp, Hunterdon County NJ. In her frozen elegance. I do ice observations for Mt. Holly. Yesterday at 4 PM, no ice. She froze overnight, perhaps a flash freeze? These photos taken at 3:30 PM today. This round of ice will only last into tomorrow. More will come. She sure is pretty. :smileys-snowman-924988:

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14 hours ago, TTNwatcher said:

Longwood Gardens  (and daughter) 

Great chilly night for a Xmas display walk

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Such a great place. 

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Will travel for winter pics...

Lucked out with just enough cold air for light snowfalls during my time up in the Finger Lakes just after Christmas. A beautiful place to visit year round. Pictures are from the Watkins Glen area on the south end of Senaca Lake. 

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Three photos from my time at the DE Beaches this week. 

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Delaware Bay in Lewes.

 

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Cape Henlopen State Park from Fort Miles...this is about 100' above sea level (all dunes!)

 

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Indian River Inlet (Wednesday). You guys had clouds much of the day up in Philly. It was mostly sunny/clear just about all day...beautiful down there.

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I lied, one more fence pic from the morning. 

Of course one oak leaf photobombs the picture  :angry:

 

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posted these during the 1/7 snow but thought i'd post here also since this is a winter pic thread ;)

 

 

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Nice pics  

 

a shame the scenery will be wiped out in a few days. 

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I follow Yellowstone Park on Facebook. They have some amazing winter photos this year. Saw this post of the Lower Falls. Very cool!
 
 
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Not every formation in the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone is changing on a geologic timescale. The ephemeral ice dam at the base of the 308 ft Lower Falls forms every winter and can grow to over 100 feet tall. Feel free to add seeing it to your "Reasons why I need to visit Yellowstone in the Winter" list.

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32 minutes ago, cbelke said:
I follow Yellowstone Park on Facebook. They have some amazing winter photos this year. Saw this post of the Lower Falls. Very cool!
 
 
Yellowstone National Park
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Not every formation in the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone is changing on a geologic timescale. The ephemeral ice dam at the base of the 308 ft Lower Falls forms every winter and can grow to over 100 feet tall. Feel free to add seeing it to your "Reasons why I need to visit Yellowstone in the Winter" list.

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That's awesome.

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This from our friends downunder, Australia that is. Where it is summer and bush fire season. I thought that this video of a fire whirl (and explanation) will be of interest: fire whirl

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Cape May NJ Thursday...more "Fallish" (an ice coating would've be nice)!

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Picked my daughter up at Swarthmore on Friday. While we were waiting, we took a walk through Crum woods. Flowers were popping already.  

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