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We had a major ice storm here in the northeast a few days ago, and many of the hiking trails in the area have become impassable due to trees and branches that have bent over under the weight of the ice.  I managed to find a few trails in the Mohonk Preserve this morning that were in better shape, and made some rather interesting images showing the extent of the ice and how it has completely encased everything above the ground. It was a remarkable scene that I have never experienced before, and the rare opportunity was one I won’t soon forget.

Though it was very cold, I barely felt uncomfortable – a sign I was having lots of fun!

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  1. Robert..these are amazing!! The blue contrasting with the white snowy ice is one of my most favorite scenes after a storm. The frozen leaf is just brilliant!

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