A local waterfall, which I’ve featured before, offered some nice intimate winter ice-scapes a few days ago. It was Old Christmas, meaning I got a day off since the Amish students I works with observe it as a holiday. This early winter frozen flow might be a solid curtain of ice by now. I’ll need to return soon I think. Until then, Enjoy these sculptures of the frozen flow.
… and the spoiling has begun.
My routine has been interrupted. For a while I’m on full-time grandparent duty, chasing a toddler, washing dishes, cleaning house, just making sure everything is right for this little gal and her family. The rewards are obvious and worth any interruptions. And, I have another little hiking buddy to keep me going in my future. 🙂
A timely and rare sunny winter morning gave to me an opportunity to catch this beautiful building at the Wilderness Center in Wilmot, Ohio. The early morning sun made for some great contrast and great shadow-play on the building. I’m adding it along with other entries to Cee’s Black and White Photo Challenge.
A warm season’s weightless spider tangle weighted down with winter’s frost.
Posted for the WordPress Weekly Photo Challenge. Weight(less).
White spring wildflowers for Cee’s Weekly Fun Foto Challenge