There is a waterfall about 20 miles from where we live that I have taken photos of before and posted on my blog.
But they have always been spring, summer or fall photos of this wonderful set of falls, but I have never been there in the winter before.
So when the Dr. said I was allowed to snowshoe now, I KNEW where I wanted to go!
I know your weather is probably warm by now and all your snow is probably melted.
We are starting to get 30's and 40's F. with sunshine, too and things are beginning to melt, verrrrrry slowly.
But on March 2nd?
We still had plenty of snow in the woods.
So put up your feet and come with me, won't you???
As soon as we parked the car and donned our snowshoes, we headed down the path into the woods:
But a lot of the river was still buried under the snow. I didn't mind, because I love looking at the neat snow and ice formations along winter river banks:
And the ice formations, spashing stream and bubbles???? LOVED them!:
Ooooooo....and the ICE walls!!!!:
It was just pristine. The snow was brilliant white without any disturbance along its banks as we got a glimpse of a tiny waterfall shelf:
Or if you prefer a quiet winter water hole in the forest, I found that too: