SLIDE SHOW: Ice Storm

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Ice acorns, New Ipswich, NH

Ice acorns, New Ipswich, NH

Photo/art by James Victoria

Frozen wonderland, Pelham, NH

Frozen wonderland, Pelham, NH

Photo/art by Jeri Williams

Middleton, NH

Middleton, NH

Photo/art by Mikel O'Brien

Ice droplet, New Ipswich, NH

Ice droplet, New Ipswich, NH

Photo/art by James Victoria

Piermont, NH

Piermont, NH

Photo/art by Bonnie Abare

Ice crust, Littleton, MA

Ice crust, Littleton, MA

Photo/art by Jim Donnelly

Frozen lunch, Rochester, NH

Frozen lunch, Rochester, NH

Photo/art by Jack Parker

Warren, NH

Warren, NH

Photo/art by Bonnie Abare

Frozen, Pelham, NH

Frozen, Pelham, NH

Photo/art by Jeri Williams

Frozen monkey bars, Pelham, NH

Frozen monkey bars, Pelham, NH

Photo/art by Jeri Williams

Farm House, New Boston, NH

Farm House, New Boston, NH

Photo/art by Ed Boyle

Ice-encased grass, Pelham, NH

Ice-encased grass, Pelham, NH

Photo/art by Jeri Williams

Cold day for a bug, Pelham, NH

Cold day for a bug, Pelham, NH

Photo/art by Jeri Williams

Beautiful but destructive ice, Pelham, NH

Beautiful but destructive ice, Pelham, NH

Photo/art by Jeri Williams

Frozen grass, Pelham, NH

Frozen grass, Pelham, NH

Photo/art by Jeri Williams

Frozen fence post, Pelham, NH

Frozen fence post, Pelham, NH

Photo/art by Jeri Williams

Icicles, New Boston, NH

Icicles, New Boston, NH

Photo/art by Ed Boyle

An unexpected ice storm in December 2008 caused remarkable hardship for up to 14 days for thousands of New Englanders without power and heat. It also created great beauty as these user-submitted photos show.

Read more: Mary’s Farm: The Ice Storm

 


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Comments
  • Carolyn L.

    The photos are awesome and beautiful to see. My favorite are the blueberries hanging down and cased in ice. The monkey bars are very unique. Thanks for the photos. Even though the ice storm was a nightmare, it did bring some beauty to it.

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  • Anonymous

    It amazes me how something so beautiful can be so destructive. Maybe the beauty is the “silver lining” in the cloud.

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