Balmy Fall Day

One of the things I love the most about the South are the long Autumns, short mild Winters, and lovely Springs before leading into sweltering hot Summers. Where we live we are normally privileged enough to get one or two good snows each year but then once the fun starts wearing off the sun decides to come out and for the most part the snow is gone.

Here we are at the tail end of our Autumn. We are all dreaming of a White Christmas and apparently Old Man Winter could wait no longer to make a visit.

We have yet to have any snow but ice is a-plenty! This morning when I left the house the temperature was 11 degrees.


I have been eyeing this waterfall for days on my way to work….waiting to see what the water does in freezing temperatures. It was beautiful this morning and worth parking my car to get out and snap a few quick pictures before my fingers finally warned me that they were about to fall off!

A waterfall frozen in time….Literally.

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5 responses to “Balmy Fall Day

  1. wow look at that! so neat!

  2. Its so great you caught this on camera! That is amazing! A frozen waterfall. Bet it was so beautiful in person too!

  3. Wow…what “cool” captures! 🙂

    They’re saying we should warm up a bit after today. I’m ready for a little break, but it would certainly be nice to see a white Christmas!

  4. Oh, that waterfall –what a sight!! I, too, would have totally pulled over to snap a few! Gorgeous captures. 🙂

  5. I love ice pictures. They have so much character and each “sculpture” is different from the last.

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