Stunning images capture trees decorated with icicles as temperatures drop in Fife town

Snowfall this winter has made it hard for most areas of the country to not look like a winter wonderland.

But one woman has managed to capture images of trees that are looking particularly magical this year.

Kirsty Tudor was heading out of her home town Falkland, in Fife, on the A92 when she spotted branches decorated with icicles on the side of the road.

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Trees covered in icicles next to the A92 near Falkland in Fife picture: Kirsty TudorTrees covered in icicles next to the A92 near Falkland in Fife picture: Kirsty Tudor
Trees covered in icicles next to the A92 near Falkland in Fife picture: Kirsty Tudor
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"They’re just beautiful,” she said, talking about the trees she’s photographed covered in ice.

"And they’re changing every day.

"There was a huge puddle there before and I think as cars passed it splashed up and froze when there was a proper nippy wind.”

Kirsty photographed the trees as temperatures across the country reached record lows this winter.

Kirsty Tudor photographed the trees near her home in Falkland when temperatures across the country reached record lows picture: Kirsty TudorKirsty Tudor photographed the trees near her home in Falkland when temperatures across the country reached record lows picture: Kirsty Tudor
Kirsty Tudor photographed the trees near her home in Falkland when temperatures across the country reached record lows picture: Kirsty Tudor

Storm Darcy hit the country at the start of the week, with heavy snowfall from Monday through to Wednesday.

Some areas of the Scotland reached record levels of snowfall, including Braemar which saw 70cm of snow.

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