Ice Beauty

This time of year can be really strange in Nebraska:  60 degrees one day, 6 inches of snow the next.  It can also be difficult to find anything to photograph.  I have found some beauty in a very unlikely place.  Salt Creek is a brown meandering body of water just west of Lincoln.  Its only redeeming factors are that it prevents flooding, and it is surrounded by Wilderness Park.  At this time of year, as the snow is melting, some beautiful ice formations are formed in the rare areas of “white water”.  As dawn or dusk, these can be especially attractive with the light those times of day bring.  I’m posting 3 here.  I felt one of them looked best in black and white