Wednesday, March 31, 2010

Snow Necklace

Yesterday we drove to a retreat center located in the mountains above Silver Creek Falls, for a rehearsal. As we drove higher the snow began to fall. It was 35 degrees outside, but that didn't stop the snow from accumulating about two inches. The trees were beautiful and I loved watching the graceful fall of the snowflakes.

Later as the snow began to melt I caught this lingering Snow Necklace encircling a budding branch.

9 comments:

Abraham said...

Never saw one like this before. I am surprised. You must have been there at the exact time.

Lois said...

That is lovely Beth!

Clytie said...

I would wear this necklace!!! My goodness sissie, what an amazing catch. Beautiful hardly covers it!

Cedar ... said...

Amazing shot, Beth!

Cloudhands said...

Delightful little ice sculpture. A temporary ornament. Somewhere, somehow you were given a gift of seeing the 'unexpected' and capturing it to share with all of us ordinary mortals. At least I'm beginning to suspect that possibility.

Al said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I love your photos, you have a great eye for seeing and capturing unique and wonderful perspectives. I see you're Clytie's sister, I regularly read her blog too.

~Cheryl said...

This is a stunning photo! Totally love it

Wendy said...

Enchanting! I think Cloudhands said it best.

Sharon said...

Love the way you caught a fleeting moment.