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The day after the day after the blizzard.

Snow can be pretty common if you live at the right places. Ice, slush and all other non-sense usually come with that. Icicles, however, require the right temperature fluctuation and ample amount of snow to form. These conditions make them both a stunning and rare sight when they do appear. We were dumped with 2 feet of snow, but everything started to melt away as soon as the storm leaves. The temperature hover around the freezing point, causing the snow on my rooftop to melt in the morning and refreeze at night, and forming these awesome icicles. I enjoy starting at them hanging on the ceiling, and listening to them as they crash onto the ground. It’s kind of smothering.

Come to think of it. They're technically stalactites.
Come to think of it. They’re technically stalactites.
Drip. Drip. Drip.
Drip. Drip. Drip.
Icicle Crash!
Icicle Crash!

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