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The ice bog

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7th Dec 2008, 19:01   | tags:,,,

540air says:

That's a lot of ice!! I guess perseverance is the key for the broken posts at the moment then.

7th Dec 2008, 19:10

OJ says:

And in lovely swirly patterns interspersed with tussocks of grass. We had great fun skimming lumps of ice across the ice, but posting the daft video could take some time!

7th Dec 2008, 19:13

shitake says:

First is fabulous,but rest too! :up: :)

7th Dec 2008, 19:27

Dhamaka says:

Lovely shots - and I look forward to the video

7th Dec 2008, 19:51

Jane Doe says:

Makes me think of LOTR, and the Hound of the Baskervilles

7th Dec 2008, 22:29

hildegard says:

Brr - you can see the way cold creeps to the heart of a thing, be it body of water or body of blogger...

*Edited for solecisms.

7th Dec 2008, 23:48

factotum says:

Beautiful!

8th Dec 2008, 02:16

JokerXL says:

Brrr!
Still as cold up there, or was that a blip?

8th Dec 2008, 07:30

OJ says:

Thanks for the comments. Hound of the Baskervilles was mentioned. I highly recommend this particular hilltop - it has stunning views over the vale of Clwyd, west to Snowdonia, and north to the coast and Liverpool.

It may still be freezing up there JokerXL. But I didn't spend the night on the mountainside to test the theory!

8th Dec 2008, 08:36

JokerXL says:

Wimp
:-)

8th Dec 2008, 10:39

OJ says:

Yeah, yeah. I've got a stinking cold y'know. Otherwise I would have gone for a run yesterday. Total wimp ;)

8th Dec 2008, 10:51

JokerXL says:

That's what I said yesterday, only without the stinkin cold, just couldn't be bothered.

8th Dec 2008, 15:23

Geodyne says:

I love this series - what a beautiful place!

9th Dec 2008, 13:06

OJ says:

Thanks Geodyne. It is beautiful up there.

9th Dec 2008, 15:12

crickson says:

Great shots - it always amazes me that grasses happily survive being frozen in ice.

9th Dec 2008, 16:58

OJ says:

Thank you! I suspect those grasses would survive anything.

I now have a duty to make that spot a regular haunt, just to see how the grass fares in a few more seasons.

10th Dec 2008, 12:38

itchymoblog says:

Ice-pie, with my little eye ... ;)

That first one is great - kind of surreal!

10th Dec 2008, 21:06