It's ice Jim, but not as we know it

      There was a bit of a cold snap last week and we even had a layer of snow on the ground, albeit a thin one, but the temperature was constantly below zero.
      The morning after the snow fall and in the south facing back garden there it was, this strange icy phenomena. The black granite table top warmed a little by the sun must have created a wet layer under the frozen snow and ice and on the table top. Not being horizontal the frozen crust began to slowly slide and bent into this strange brandy snap like shape.
      I always think of ice as being rigid and brittle but not in this case because it has a lovely curve and ten minutes later it was gone
      Only in West Norfolk do you get bent ice.


Bureboyblog said…
Normal for Norfolk TT