Photograph of the Week, February 26 2021

Sarah McFadzean from Campbeltown sent in the photo which shows icicles hanging from a tree in her garden. 
Sarah McFadzean from Campbeltown sent in the photo which shows icicles hanging from a tree in her garden. 

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The weather has been a lot milder lately, but this week’s photograph was taken at the height of the recent cold spell.

Sarah McFadzean from Campbeltown sent in the photo which shows icicles hanging from a tree in her garden.

She said: ‘A burst hose was spraying a fine mist in the tree and this was the result – the icicles grew until they touched the ground!’

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