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Ice Storm Photos from Jeneen Wiche & Bob Hill

Jeneen and Bob brought in some photos to share from the recent ice storm.  While some pictures depict damaged or destroyed trees, the majority are striking images that demonstrate the beauty of nature, even when it is being cruel.

Bob reports damage to the following:  lacebark elm, roundleaf sweetgum, serviceberry, sawtooth oak, and arborvitae.  His dogwoods, redbuds, and Japanese maples all survived just fine.Jeneen had damage to lacebark elms and yellowwood, while her oaks, bald cypress, and blackgum trees were essentially unharmed.If anyone cares to share their own storm photos, use the comment box below to leave your hyperlink.Visit Jeneen & Bob's ice storm photo gallery

Brad Yost is a senior producer for LPM. Email Brad at byost@lpm.org.