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December 14, 2007 / Bo Mackison


Icicles at -7˚F. They are not dripping. They’re not even anticipating dripping. They’re very, very cold. Another winter scene from Owen Conservation Park in frigid Madison, Wisconsin


  1. Robin / Dec 14 2007 9:01 am

    lol! At that temperature, dripping is the last thing they’re going to do.

    Lovely shot. 🙂

  2. montucky / Dec 14 2007 10:25 am

    -7ºF! Keep that over there, won’t you? It’s interesting to see that we’re much warmer than you are so far this winter, and you have more snow, too.

  3. fotokew / Dec 15 2007 11:28 am

    Brrrr! nice shot!

  4. Aiyana / Dec 15 2007 2:34 pm

    Great photo! And I thought it was cold here at 58 degrees.

  5. amuirin / Dec 15 2007 8:11 pm

    there’s something I like very much about this picture. I see it when I don’t look at the individual parts, or think about it, but just take it in.

  6. connetta / Dec 17 2007 2:29 pm

    love this shot. the icicles,the winter colors against a blue shy with weathered wood on the building……nice.

  7. barbara / Dec 18 2007 12:53 pm

    Everyone: Thanks for taking the time to comment. It means a lot.
    amuirin: the photo is deceiving in it’s simplicity, but it does ‘catch’ somewhere, hey?
    OMG: hey is a Wisconsin word, used after nearly every sentence by the REAL Northerners. I think I’ve caught it!)

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