Because I have lived in the Northern Hemisphere all of my life (Michigan and Vermont), I have been around a lot of ice. I love the stuff! While many folks are huddled inside looking over websites for warm vacations, I'm bundling up to go see what's happening outside with ice.
Ice changes often, from new ice in early November to the old ice of spring. Each stage has a unique beauty which I trust you can see and enjoy from these photographs. I also hope they will inspire you to go outside and explore, especially when the temperature drops below freezing!