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Crystal Swords

Uploaded by: isight

Thursday December 13, 2012

Pocasset, MA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: Upside down ice that formed in a pan of water during a night in the mid-twenties. The surface ice, about 1/4 in thick, showed several lines, under which rows of thin crystal swords reached down into the water yet unfrozen.

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1. trailhiker44
7:25 PM GMT on December 20, 2012
Terrific photography !
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isight

Living on Cape Cod in this beautiful spot, trying to notice what the days have to offer, playing along with life as it unfolds, celebrating the wonder of it all. Learning from and being inspired by all the marvelous images and myriad visions expressed; having great fun with comments, titles and captions. And although my vision has blurred, my 'vision' - what I notice that I try to convey - is clearer. This enthusiastic, supportive community is quite exceptional.

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