Skip to comments.Ice Storm '07
Posted on 12/11/2007 7:35:08 AM PST by Bodhi1
Here are a few photos from around my place.
|This is the top of a chain link fence gate. It shows how much ice has accumulated on the trees around here.|
|This is a fence post on my property. I thought it was an interesting photo.|
|An early morning shot of my east pasture. Kinda creepy, but beautiful.|
|My wife took this photo and I thought it was pretty cool looking.|
|Ice has pretty much coated everything here.|
|Here's another shot of the barbed wire. I like this one, especially because of the mist coming off the ice.|
|This tree has weathered the weather very well and makes a nice photo.|
|This one...not so much. You can see the damage to the tree scattered around its base.|
It’s all that Global Warming, I tell you...
Here in the KCMO area, schools are closed but I haven’t heard of any power outages. It came down mostly as rain thanks to George Bush and global warming.
Damn Global Warming....
Without Global Warming, this ice storm (frozen rain) would have generated 10 feet of beautiful snow!
Where are you?
Thanks for the great pics. Where is your place?
I’m sure you and your neighbors are not worrying about global warming today.
Oklahoma —> lived there for 8 years —> very familiar with ice storm scenes... it’s eeery...
What causes that mist?
Great pics. Thanks! And keep warm...
77 degrees down South
Nice pics - I hope you weather the storm okay.
Your photos bring back too many bad memories. I’m glad I moved to Florida.
Today, we have temperatures in the low 80's... sigh..
Tell the New York Times, it's time to switch back to GLOBAL COOLING again.
What is the Pres whispering in your ear??? :)
To your west, Kansas State University is closed today during finals week. It is closed due to a mixture of icy roads and power outages. Thankfully, I gave my only final exam yesterday so I don't have to deal with make-up days.
That wooden post resembles Algore?
Makes me so glad I live in FL.
Shorts and t-shirt weather right now. Let’s see, need to make a tee-time now...
The pictures are beautiful. You have to marvel at the beauty, even though we know how destructive the storms can be. I hope all is well with you and yours and that you have heat and power until the temps warm a bit and provide some relief.
The last time we had storms like that here (in SE Pa.), was back in 1994. We didn’t lose power but the roads were impassable..one storm after another for a few weeks.
I just drove from one end of Cherokee county, Ks. to the other. They are completely without power.
It’s starting to look like last winter’s ice storm south of Neosho, Mo.
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