Icicles come and go

“Ice that forms in the shape of a narrow cone hanging point down. It usually forms when liquid water from a sheltered or heated source comes in contact with below-freezing air and freezes more or less rapidly as it flows.” From meteorology geography dictionary

Icicle Forming (1)

If you zoom in a little you get to see more detail

Icicle Forming (3) Use

Zoom a little bit more …..

Icicle Forming 5

Stand still for a moment or two and watch the icicle form; drip, drip, drip.

Photos taken in the French Alps 17/02/13




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