A photograph a day from the Northeast Kingdom of Vermont
This is so gorgeous!I hope the plant survive the cold and will bloom soon.
Oh that poor plant, I hope it survives to bring beautiful blossoms in the spring.
I guess you could call this fearful beauty! Unbelievable sight!
Stunning macro shot!
Poor Rhody! I hope she doesn't suffer too much for all the ice.
Poor thing - that's a lot of ice!Good job rhododendrons are hardy, isn't it? I bought a new one last autumn and it looks so sad right now, but I know it will survive the cold!
If Rhododendron is perennial it will grow back. The shot is so great I like it.Blinded by the Light
I bet it's used to it. But wow, that's pretty!
Shrink wrapped in ice. A good and very unusual image.
Brilliant photo..beautiful and stunning work! Kiki~
That's absolutely beautiful ! it looks almost unreal ! what a catch !
What an interesting shot, the poor flower is all covered with ice. Great macro.
I don't know if it will bloom, but being enclosed in ice will help it survive bitter temperatures. Orchardists with flowers or fruit that are threatened with freezing will sometimes spray the trees with water to protect them.Great capture, and thanks for visiting!
I'm glad it's not my rhododendron, but I wish it were my photo. Beautiful!
ohhh! I like this one...looks like a totally different organism with that ice on it, great shot!
encased in glass. Cool.One time after an ice storm,t here was a bog wind and all these huge hunks of ice from bark, twigs and leaves crashed down and it it looked like an entire glass forest had been shattered.
That photo is so amazing!
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