Maple buds encased in ice.
Crystal woods across the road.
From roses to rocks everything was covered in ice.
My Alberta Spruce has a crown of diamonds.
A Friday night storm began as snow, and then turned to freezing rain and ice pellets, which covered the landscape in a glaze of ice.
Saturday my driveway was like a sheet of thick glass. An ice coating encased the trees and bushes. Saturday night the winds were over 80km per hour.
Today is clear the ground is all but bare, the sun shines, and the air is warm.
They say here "if you don't like the weather in Nova Scotia, wait fifteen minutes".
It is March on the East Coast.
All pictures are clickable for the full ice effect.