Ice Over Water... (cold+snap winter water ). Photo by JasonMac78
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Ice Over Water...

Uploaded by: JasonMac78

Saturday December 12, 2009

Abingdon, VA (Current Weather Conditions)

Caption: ..., or water over ice, whichever you prefer. In Abingdon,VA. We are under a winter storm warning in our area.


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2. dbmoge
10:57 PM GMT on December 18, 2009
looks like eggs from a great icebird. makes me want to touch it.
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1. eireseeker
7:27 PM GMT on December 18, 2009
A little of both, it looks like. What an amazing formation of wonder, it's at that magical new fountain, isn't it, according to the caption in Icy Fountain?
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