Gooseberry Falls State Park Shoreline 001
We had strong winds out of the Northeast. Onshore winds combined with freezing temperatures can coat the trees with ice delivering great natural ice sculptures.
Gooseberry Falls State Park Shoreline 002
Even a small trig like this when coated with many thin layers of ice can still be left standing.
Gooseberry Falls State Park Shoreline 003
A group of branches can look pretty artistic.
Gooseberry Falls State Park Shoreline 004
The icicles hanging from the Civilian Conservation Corps chain barrier at Gooseberry Falls State Park was my favorite.
Split Rock Lighthouse State Park Shoreline 001
The island in front of Split Rock Lighthouse State Park framed in ice.
Split Rock Lighthouse State Park Shoreline 002
It was the full moon on Friday evening but clouds moved in and this is all that we got to see of it.
Tettegouche State Park Shoreline 001
In the cart-on campground at Tettegouche State Park many shrubs were ice coated.
Tettegouche State Park Shoreline 002
This ice coated spruce tree was my favorite at Tettegouche.
Tettegouche State Park Shoreline 003
Even the dead twisted birch looked pretty nice in their winter coat of ice.
Tettegouche State Park Shoreline 004
The closer the brush was to the shoreline the more coated it was in ice.
Tettegouche State Park Shoreline 005
Even the cliffs had hundreds of icicles hanging from them.