Melting Ice Near Maple Bay

I’ve been driving past this flooded farm regularly for the past few weeks and have been watching the fields become a lake, freeze, receive heavy snow and with our present warm weather, begin to melt. Today the patterns were amazing as the ice began to break up. I’ll be driving by the fields again tomorrow, may have to photograph them again if anything is left.

Melting ice near Maple Bay, Vancouver Island

Melting ice near Maple Bay, Vancouver Island

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8 Responses to “Melting Ice Near Maple Bay”

  1. greg urbano says:

    the patterns nature creates are fantastic, always good subject matter for us photographers!
    .-= greg urbano´s last blog ..Day Two – Off and Running =-.

  2. kevin says:

    Couldn’t agree more!

  3. Lynn Wiles says:

    Kevin, this is so strange, I saw the same strange melt pattern last year as those in the lower part of your image and here they are again.
    .-= Lynn Wiles´s last blog ..My Favorite Light =-.

    kevin Reply:

    What’s even stranger is that I made a comment on that post!

    Lynn Wiles Reply:

    I know – perhaps you have been searching for that pattern ever since???
    .-= Lynn Wiles´s last blog ..My Favorite Light =-.

    kevin Reply:

    Could be! Fixed the css of my blog as well.

    Lynn Wiles Reply:

    Kevin – I found the pattern again. I will post it in the am and direct people to this post.

  4. […] a year ago, I encountered a strange ice melt pattern. Earlier this year Kevin Oke photographed a similar pattern. I have been on the lookout for this phenomenon all winter with no luck – until yesterday […]

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