Ten Mile Creek continues to flow beneath a thick, contorted covering of ice.
Typically, by this time in January Hume Lake has a healthy layer of snow covering the ground. This year however, there have only been two small storms, the evidence of which has since melted away. What’s left though is a fun view of ice forming on the lake and at it’s inlets and outlets.
To view more photos from this series, visit the January Ice gallery.
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