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Monday, February 28, 2011

Enter the Crystal Cave


baking soda crystals

Where do you think I found these?

baking soda crystals

How about these? What do you think they are?

baking soda crystals

This one is my favorite.

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12 comments:

Duxbury Ramblers said...

It looks like something at the north pole, but I am sure that is too obvious and we are looking at something totally different :)

rainfield61 said...

I am looking for your hints somewhere in the pictures, but you certainly never showed.

Daria said...

Your photos look beautiful but I have no idea what they are. My first thought was that they looked like frozen pine needles but I know that ice frozen outdoors can produce the most unexpected shapes and views so now I'm curious when you're going to reveal the answer...

Secondary Roads said...

First pic looks like rime ice and snow. The second appears to be ice on pine branch. The third blows my [feeble] mind. It looks like moving water in the background. River or stream bank? Lake Michigan shore? I'll be in suspense until . . .

Mountain Woman said...

Looks like my car windshield in the morning :-) The ice is incredibly beautiful and I love to see it. Pictures are fantastic.

John | Retro Programming said...

Hmmm... the two guesses I wanted are already gone!

How about ice on some kind of small dead mammal?

Ann said...

not a clue but I can't wait to hear about it

Ratty said...

These are just wonderful! I look for things like this made by ice whenever I'm out, but I've never seen anything even close to as interesting.

Emma Springfield said...

How very beautiful. I really love lacy patterns.

Sharkbytes said...

Carol- I sure wish I could say I'd been to the North Pole!

rainfield- I tried hard to be a sneaky cropper!

Daria- They look a lot like ice needles, but too opaque

Chuck- I like your choices, but not even close!

John- Ha! You know me too well- photographing small dead animals! But, no, not this time

Ann- I didn't even have to doctor anything to get these.

Ratty- If we find these outside in the wild, we should definitely celebrate.

Emma- They are! I'm glad I got to save them at least in pictures.

RNSANE said...

I'm sure they are ice and snow - something related to the cold winter weather you're having in your part of the world.

Joe Todd said...

Great photos. I just posted some ice crystals LOL

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