Wednesday, March 26, 2008

After Ice Rain in South China

It must be freakin cold outside even the grass has freezed, imagine your fingers and toes left in the outside....

















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15 comments :

Rebecca said...

Very cool! I love your site!

littleoslo said...

the first two pictures was amazing. the rest of the trees are so beautiful as well!

Anonymous said...

if china keep messing with tibet then its gonna be worst...they getting warned!..I'm warning them!..and nobody gonna shoot nobody in this case, nature solves it with a little help...pce

Pale said...

'the first two pictures was* amazing. the rest of the trees are so beautiful as well!'

WERE

Riggs said...

Thats awsome!!

Anonymous said...

I can't believe it, there is always somebody to go political against China. If you don’t understand beauty, please do not kill it.

Anonymous said...

the first two pictures was amazing. the rest of the trees are so beautiful as well!

Laura..x said...

wow these photos are amazing :)
x

Anonymous said...

You wrote: "It must be freakin cold outside even the grass has freezed..."

I've noticed similar hints of semi-literacy on your site in the past (I'm ususally linked here from ilovebacon.com).

You must be a member of "Generation Huh?" who got the dumbed down version of education that instead stressed "feeling," self esteem," etc. Sad...

Anonymous said...

Maybe, just MAYBE, English is not the blogger's first language. I know that may be difficult for you to comprehend, and it seems like you "ususally" don't make an effort to, but how about you just try to enjoy the photos instead of criticizing the blogger's English.

Aleksi said...

Actually it doesn't need to be very cold outside. About 0 to -5 degrees Celsius. I'm not sure what it's called in English, but it's caused by water that's temperature is a couple of degrees Celsius below zero. This causes the water to turn to ice as soon as it hits something.
We get this in Finland sometimes, and it makes the roads extremely slippery.

Amit Manchanda said...

can anyone tell me the name of cities where these pictures are taken from

Anonymous said...

Here in Canada we call it "Freezing Rain". It happens when supercooled water droplets fall as rain. As they strike the surface of the earth, plants, telephone poles, cars and what-have-you, the water freezes, forming a coating of ice.

It happens several times over the course of each winter, caises untol damage to infrastructure, forests and homes...

But man, is it ever a beautiful sight on a clear, sunny morning after a night of this weather. The whole world looks like it's been dipped in glass.

Jerry Bell said...

We get that kind of thing in Atlanta once in a great while, with devastating effects - tree's broken, power lines down, mass car crashes.

What strikes me most about the pictures above is that it happened with the flowers in full bloom, meaning such an ice storm is probably pretty rare that time of year.

Jill said...

Thank you!! Why do folks have to be so cruel and critical?... How sad their life must be.