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This photo is taken from my kitchen window.  It shows the thickness of the ice on the branches.
 
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This photo is from my dining room window and also shows the thickness of the ice plus the length of the icicles.
 
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This photo is from my side door and shows the weight of the ice...this tree is bent and reaching the ground.
 
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Notice the broken branches and limbs in this photo.
 
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That puff of what looks like smoke is actually a branch breaking off and the ice crashing to the ground.
 
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These two photos are of the same tree on different days.  You can see in the right photo what happened when the ice began to melt.  It took many branches with it.
 
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Another photo from my side door.  The wires you see go to a sub-station not far from my house.  That is one of the reasons I was without power only 5 days and most people here were out for close to two weeks.
 

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