William O’Brien, Pt. 2

The Ice

The weather had been cold enough to begin freezing the smaller ponds and lakes.  Moving water is still safe from being locked in winter’s embrace for awhile yet, especially if the unseasonably warm temps persist.  However, around the edges of quiet bodies of water, winter is doing its best to harden the water.  The cycle of daily freeze and thaw creates patterns in the new ice as it forms around objects and the shoreline.


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