Sunday, November 12, 2017

Thin film of ice on parts of Caesar Pond

We finally had a calm morning with just a hint of a breeze later on in the day. This allowed for a bit of thin ice to form on the southern edge of the pond.
All the wind overnight whipped the pond to whitecaps and coated the grasses with dripping water. This froze into pretty icicles.
There are thin sections of ice near some of the islands as well.
And, the grasses have a bit of ice that has formed on the blades.
Most of the leaves have fallen from the deciduous trees, with the exception of beech trees and oaks. Here you see the brown leaves of mainly oaks on the western side of the pond.

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