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Arkansas Winter Storm #ice

Wordless Wednesday

40 comments:

  1. Beautiful, beyond words. Cheers from Jean.

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  2. Winter's beauty is a stark and simple thing, but it is beauty nonetheless... even if I'm more than ready for spring!

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  3. Frosted and beautiful!
    xo Catherine

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  4. Wow Terri it is so beautiful but I know it is hard to get around in. Take care. Hug B

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  5. Is that frost or ice? Pretty fairyland!

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  6. It looks like a magical forest - the frosted trees are so pretty!

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  7. So beautiful - the first one is my favorite.

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  8. Very ice! I mean nice. :) Sometimes typos work out to fit. :)

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  9. Oh my, the winter months do bring their beauty. These are great photos!

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  10. This is what it looks like outside my door right now! So much ice. You got some beautiful photos!

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  11. Lovely photo. Wishing you a nice day.

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  12. the crape myrtles almost have a mauve tint to them. lovely shots!

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  13. Love the ice...hope you kept power.

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  14. It looks so pretty on the trees, doesn't it. I wish we could find a way to keep it off the roads and sidewalks though! Ha! :) Hope you stay safe and warm.

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  15. the ice is better than a decorated Christmas tree. so beautiful. hope it does no harm those gorgeous trees

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  16. Well, it the trees are that frosted, I suspect the ground is slippery. Please don't wreck your good knee in the process of getting good pictures.

    Blessings and Bear hugs!

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  17. HI Terri Looks so cold however you captured wonderful shots.

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  18. These pictures are breathtaking! Thank you for looking at my blog, because now I love yours! Can't wait to read more!

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  19. Beautiful 'frosted' photos ~ very creative ~ thanks ~ carol, xxx

    www.acreativeharbor.com

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  20. I took some pictures too but yours are really gorgeous. Did you lose power? We didn't...this time but oh how I remember 2009! I hope you are safe and warm!

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  21. Beautiful. Nature never ceases to amaze me.

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  22. Hi, Terri,

    I have nominated you for the Liebster Blog Award. Details can be found here http://sharonodegaard.com/?p=5121

    I've enjoyed getting to know you a bit through your blog. I hope you accept this award :)

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  23. They almost appear to be blooming with frost.

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  24. Ice isn't always a good thing but these really are beautiful!
    Take care of the knee.

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  25. Zauberhaft :)) das erste Bild gefällt mir sehr gut!! Der Frost ist ein wunderbarer Künstler.
    einen lieben Gruß schickt
    heiDE

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  26. Goodness, that looks really cold. But beautiful!

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  27. These are extraordinary!!! I can almost hear the faint sound of ice dropping off if I remain quiet as a mouse!!!

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  28. Definitely....Beauty all around... Gorgeous scenes..
    Keep warm...
    Shug

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  29. Pretty! But I'm ready to see some leaves on the trees!

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  30. Winter wonderland captured so beautifully!

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  31. Truly, great pictures!!!
    Cold looking so pretty..

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  32. Beautiful photos of the sparkling ice!

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  33. Oh, simply beautiful photos! Ice is dangerous, but it does give such lovely, amazing Photo Ops!!! :-)

    Thank you for visiting and commenting in my blog.... Yes, we do have snow, snow, snow up here in the NE.

    Gentle hugs,
    Tessa~

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  34. I can only imagine how beautiful this was for you to see in person....wow

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