Frosty Trees at Farmington Bay
When I woke up this morning I was hoping to find the ground covered in snow instead I can see in the street lights that rain is falling. As much as I like rain it is winter and I’d prefer snow. I’d prefer frost and ice.
I remembered this image I took a few years ago of frosty trees at Farmington Bay and how it quietly says “winter”. It is a simple image of trees, a marsh, frost and wintry skies yet it still speaks volumes to me of the life in the frozen marsh and how the frost-covered branches offer shelter for even the smallest of winter birds.
Life is good.
(Less than an hour after I published this the snow started falling here again)