It's time again for Friday Featured Fotos! This week we're looking at ice-related photos, paying homage to the huge ice storms that passed over the Plains, Midwest and parts of the Northeast this week. There's another big Northeast storm coming this weekend, so get your cameras ready!
So relax, it's Friday, and join me as I take a look at some of the best photos in the AccuWeather.com Weather Photo Gallery archive. Register for an account and upload yours today!
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Denisnew, AKA Denis Nuevo has uploaded some wonderful photos from the Philippines and says "I enjoy nature's art painted on the sky ... like an hourly slideshow against a huge canvas!" He uses a Sony Ericsson K800i.
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THIS WEEK'S PHOTOS:
(Associated Press Photo Of The Week)*
by by danhester (LHHV Weather History Photo of the Week)**
AP PHOTO CAPTION: A statue is covered in ice in Spencer, Okla., Monday, Dec. 10, 2007. A winter storm coated much of Oklahoma in ice Monday, knocking out power to more than 400,000 homes and businesses, disrupting flight operations and leading to traffic accidents that killed 12 people.
ABOUT THE SHOW:
Friday Featured Fotos is a weekly weather photography show where I take a look at (and explain) the best photos in the AccuWeather.com Photo Gallery archive, look at photo-related gadgets, and welcome new users. Future segments may include photography, videography, and webcam tips and reviews. Any photo from the Gallery is qualified to be in this show (unlike our Moderators Picks awards, which concentrate on weather photos from the last month), so if you've seen something on the Gallery you'd like me to feature, drop me an email at community @ accuweather.com
*Associated Press Photo of the Week displayed through exclusive agreement with Associated Press, not for redistribution. Did you know? AccuWeather helps the AP sell the AP Photo Archive to schools and universities worldwide.
**LHHV Weather / History Photo of the Week. Laurel Highland's Historical Village is a nonprofit organization founded in 2003 for the purpose of promoting an appreciation and understanding of the rich cultural and ethnic diversity of the Laurel Highland's region.
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