Eye Of The Beholder

Many in the Eastern parts of Canada and the United States have endured what I’d call a crystal Christmas this year. Typically we all look forward to a white Christmas but this year instead of snow many areas received freezing rain and ice pellets. For days since the storm the scenery has been amazing, unless you are one of the hundreds of thousands who have been without electricity. It’s been over a week without power for some areas and it may not be turned on for a few more days for hundreds. My family went without power on two occasions last Monday but those six hours were nothing compared to those who have waited for six plus days.

Below are a few images of the beautiful landscape I’ve made this week created by the “Ice Storm of 2013”. There is some irony in these images. For those with power we can appreciate the amazing beauty and for those without power it represents the incredible inconvenience. To my friends and neighbours around the country still without power I truly hope that life returns to normal soon.

Musquash Falls

Musquash Falls, NB

Lepreau Falls

Lepreau Falls, NB

The view from my lane

The view from my lane

Ice on veins

Icy Veins

Rosy and Red

Frozen Roses

White and Gold

Encased

Encased

Frozen in Time

Old and Grey

Silver Bells

Silver Woods

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13 comments on “Eye Of The Beholder

  1. Very pretty images of such a destructive force in nature. We also had that beautiful ice show in our area. It makes for lovely photos, despite the trees where branches came tumbling down. I wish you and your family a very happy, healthy New Year.

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