Words and pictures from the author of And the Crows Took Their Eyes as well as the Elizabeth Goodweather Appalachian Mysteries . . .
Those are some dangerous looking icicles! Don't stand under there!
icicles are so cool....now that we are actually getting snow i need to take a trip out to the old train tunnel....there are like 30 foot icicles that grow out there after storms....
Your mountain view is spectacular! We have icicles, but they are much smaller than yours, you must have lots of snow on your roof. They look like house jewelry:)
They do come crashing down now and then. I'm always cautious when I go out the basement door to fill the birdfeeder...
I don't know if my old bones could take that cold. I am spoiled out here for 43 years in Cal i fornia. I guess it is what you get use to.The picture of the porch with table and chairs shows promise of spring and glasses of wine with warm breezes in the twilight.
Vicki, I love the way our mountain valleys have that presence of fog, at first I though it was snowing in your pics, but no clouds.
I love the composition of the first and last photos. The last one is particularly captivating with its inviting sunlit table covered with a thin layer of snow…gorgeous.
Ice formations are always fun to see. We haven't had the conditions to have them this year. Your area is framed nicely as we look through them.
Like organ pipes! Wonder what their music sounds like
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