CaliforniaMama Saturday Dec 22 04:47 PM
December 22, 2012 - German Ice
Ice formations hang on trees at the Unteres Odertal national park near Schwedt, Northeastern Germany, February 15, 2012.
I found this at a weather station when I was looking up the local weather (which I almost never have to do).
ZenGum Saturday Dec 22 05:55 PM
WTF? How did that form??
Is there some kind of metal disc around the tree (such as are used here to stop possums climbing them) that has had the near-freezing water condense on it, then trickle down to form the skirt?
Or does some weirdo have a fetish for trees in ice tutus?
Lamplighter Saturday Dec 22 10:51 PM
High, still water with freezing weather - followed by lower water levels and melting ?
ZenGum Saturday Dec 22 11:50 PM
Ahh, yeah, I get it. Freaky.
Shawnee123 Sunday Dec 23 09:47 AM
SPUCK Monday Dec 24 07:51 AM
Chandeliers on their trees. What will they think of next.
Crimson Ghost Monday Dec 24 06:07 PM
Your reply here?
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