Photos: Florida Freeze Jan 2014

10 01 2014
An overnight sprinkler left icicles on the shrubs at The Antique Market of San Jose, Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2014, in Jacksonville, Fla. (AP Photo/The Florida Times-Union, Will Dickey)

An overnight sprinkler left icicles on the shrubs at The Antique Market of San Jose, Tuesday, Jan. 7, 2014, in Jacksonville, Fla. (AP Photo/The Florida Times-Union, Will Dickey)

Overnight sprinkler are usually used during freezing nights in Florida to protect the plants, fruits and trees from the extreme weather.

And a part of the results is stunning icicles like shinning, beautiful decorations hanging from the plants and trees.

Aren’t they beautiful? 

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Beautiful Photos Before Midwest Spring Storm

13 04 2013

Ice coats a tree on Tuesday, April 9, 2013, in Sioux Falls, S.D, where a spring storm wreaked havoc on roads, downed branches and knocked out power for thousands of residents. The National Weather Service predicted that a half-inch of ice would accumulate by day’s end. (AP Photo/Amber Hunt)

A spring storm that began on April 10, 2013 and was expected to last through the week wreaked havoc on roads, downed branches and knocked out power for thousands of residents in the Midwest.

But before the storm arrives, beautiful icicles formed on the trees, fences and others.

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Photos: Southern California’s Freezing Temperature Could Damage Fruits

25 01 2013
An orange orchard in the Southern California.

An orange orchard in the Southern California.

The freezing temperature in Southern California can damage the fruits grown in the orchards such as oranges, avocados and strawberries.

Farmers use wind machine and spraying water to save the ripening fruits from frozen.

The icicles caused by the frozen water are very beautiful. (Please click here for photos of beautiful icicles on ripening strawberries and oranges during a cold snap in Florida in early January 2010.)

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