Met Éireann issued a Status Yellow snow/ice warning for Ireland which will be valid from 6am tomorrow until 9am on Wednesday.
It also issued a Status Yellow wind warning for Clare and Kerry which will be valid from 2pm tomorrow until 11pm tomorrow.
A satisfying POV sequence featuring Russian lads hooning about on an icy river in noisy little 250cc karts with studded wheels.
That is all.
Razor sharp macrophotography of the formation of ice crystals, evoking the frosty sensations of the Arctic by
Beauty of Science.
Met Eireann has issued
a Status Yellow snow-ice warning for Wicklow, Donegal, Leitrim, Mayo and Sligo – to last from 10pm tonight until 11am tomorrow.
Pic: Carlow Weather
Minnesotans engaging in the winter pastime of ‘icebergin’ – to wit, pickaxing and stomping on a frozen pond until the ice breaks, then running around on the pieces.
It’s well for some.
Freediver Petr Kapaun swims back and forth under the ice of Lake Milada in the Liberec region of the Czech Republic.
What he says at the end is: ‘I’m okay’.
If you insist, Frosty Boy.
Early April 2018 near the coast of Hailuoto, Finland as a pilot prepares to board a moving ship heading for the port of Oulu.
The Devil’s Chimney,
Tormore, County Sligo
Annie West writes:
Well it’s SORT OF like Ireland. If you squint your eyes and look the other way)
The Broadsheet Book Of Unspecified Things That Look Like Ireland, edited by Aidan Coughlan (New Island)
A recent aerial shot (bottom) of the 12.9km long Confederation Bridge (top) linking Prince Edward Island to mainland New Brunswick in Canada showing surface ice in the frozen strait neatly sliced into rectangles by its evenly spaced piers. To wit:
To put the rectangles into perspective, the bridge piers that are designed to break up the ice floes are 250 meters apart. That distance would also represent the width of each of the rectangles. The length of the blocks varies but, on average, the length is about 75 per cent greater than the width.
(Photo: Paul Tymstra)