Elizabeth Melton Parsons

Writing~Art~Life

Photo: Icy Tree Limbs

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icytreelimbs21Mother Nature sent quite a wintry blast our way and to put it mildly, things are pretty messed up. Look at the thick ice built up on these tree limbs. This is a large sugar maple limb, which normally hangs above my drive and offers lovely shade on hot summer days. Today it’s lying about a foot above the drive, making it impossible to get the car out–should I be idiot enough to want to. Actually we’re under a state of emergency and no one is supposed to be on the roads except emergency vehicles. Elizabeth

 

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Author: Elizabeth Melton Parsons

I'm a novelist, poet, and artist. I love books, nature, art, and gardening. I'm a rock hound and there's a photo of me with a cool fossil rock on my about page, I take a lot of nature pictures. The background here is one of mine. Unfortunately I recently lost my wonderful husband, but I'm grateful to have the blessing of two beautiful sons. elizabethmeltonparsons.wordpress.com is © Elizabeth Melton Parsons 2007-2017. Unauthorized use and/or duplication of this material without express and written permission from this blog’s author and/or owner is strictly prohibited. Excerpts and links may be used, provided that full and clear credit is given to Elizabeth Melton Parsons with appropriate and specific direction to the original content.

2 thoughts on “Photo: Icy Tree Limbs

  1. You get some extremes in wintertime, Liza – did you get the extreme cold earlier this month? Take great care!

    Guido
    (currently in Holland)

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  2. LOL. Yes, Guido, we certainly can and do get some extremes and not just in winter. It’s dangerous and deadly, but the most beautiful winter wonderland you could ever see. Since I can do nothing about it, I’ve decided to simply enjoy the awesome beauty of it. Liza 🙂

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