Wednesday, January 5, 2011
Nature's Ice Sculptures
There is one wood's road
that we like to travel during all the seasons,
because no matter when we drive it,
we find pretty things
Part of the reason is because there are rocky
cliffs and narrow passageways
which are always beautiful.
On this day,
we found cliffs of icicles....
Even between tiny cliff cracks!:
Here is a bigger picture of it:
Everywhere we drove,
Some were in little
nicks and crannies:
Like monster teeth!:
Even in the frozen tundra,
You just have to pay attention....
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