20 Cool Pictures of Icicles

Winter weather brings moisture and cool temperatures which creates many changes around you. Icicles are one of those cold weather creations. They present an opportunity to take some beautiful pictures throughout the season. Whether the icicles are long and jagged or slowly melting at the end of the cold spells, they are another subject to add to your nature photography portfolio.

Daytime Icicles

Daytime Icicles by Andy

downhill illusion

downhill illusion by Andrea de Poda


cold by Jared Tarbell

another of the stairs

another of the stairs by Janna Wages


Horror by Dave Durden


jewels by Marilylle Soveran

oh! the joy of a glimpse of the sun

oh! the joy of a glimpse of the sun by Iris Shreve Garrott

Icicle Stars

Icicle Stars by The B's


Icicle by Chris Clayson


Pendulum by Anapko

Dangerously Beautiful

Dangerously Beautiful by Rob


icicle by Zaxy

melting icicle drip drops

melting icicle drip drops by Iris Shreve Garrott


Untitled by Kasia

Finnish design

Finnish design by Tuomas Lehtinen

Nature's art

Nature's art by Randi Hausken

Freezing river

Freezing river by Randi Hausken


Fro-zen by Duane Romanell

Ice Drop

Ice Drop by viamoi

Just open the window

Just open the window by Svedek

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  1. nice work

    nice work

  2. Amit

    Hey fabulous pictures.. the sharp ice and the sky as the background is very pretty.. the shining ice is looking marvelous..


  3. Josh Druck

    Pretty Sick.

    Check out more great trivia, pics, and facts @ twitter.com/JoshDruck

  4. Nicola

    Fab Photo’s check out my icicle photos on flickr Nicspicandmix.

  5. tanya court

    nicely done! I love the quote that says ”just open the window!” that is hilarious!

  6. Janely

    Would it be possible to use one of your photos for our mission trip flyer?

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