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Winter Rests on the Boise River, Idaho, USA
Idaho

The Boise River near Middleton, Idaho, USA.  This image was taken on an unusually cold and frosty morning in January 2013.  Overnight a half inch of frost had accumulated on the trees and slush was floating in the river, not a common occurance for this area.

Copyright: Calvin k mcdonald
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Uploaded: 17/01/2013
Updated: 13/08/2014
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Tags: boise river; winter; frost; idaho
  • Elizabeth McDonald over 1 year ago
    Beautiful.
  • Calvin over 1 year ago
    Temperature was -5 degrees F.
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