These cheeses were on display at one of the restaurants on Espanola Way in Miami.
This is a little island in the center of one of the ponds at Claude Moore park. This morning the snow was freshly fallen, and there was a mist in the air giving everything a soft white touch.
While walking along the pond at Claude Moore, I also noticed these weed sticking up above the snow. The snow was fresh, wet and lightly packed. It gentlely stuck to the weeds.
This is a photograph taken along a pond at the Claude Moore park. This was just after a fresh snow.
The fruit of this tree has been covered in the first snow fall of the year.
A view from atop a mountain looking down at the snow covered valley below. Route 55 in West Virginia.
A view from atop a mountain looking down at the snow covered valley below. Route 55 in West Virginia.
A view from atop a mountain looking down at the snow covered valley below. Route 55 in West Virginia.
A view from atop a mountain looking down at the snow covered valley below. Route 55 in West Virginia.
This is Seneca Rocks, West Virginia. The photograph was taken just after a deep snow.
This is Seneca Rocks, West Virginia. The photograph was taken just after a deep snow.
At the time I had not seen this phenomena before, but I see it now near home. With enough water, falls will form between the rock. This fall froze. I found this along the road on my trip to Seneca Rocks
At the time I had not seen this phenomena before, but I see it now near home. With enough water, falls will form between the rock. This fall froze. I found this along the road on my trip to Seneca Rocks
This was another vista along the way to Seneca Rocks. I liked the bright red Sumac against the subtle light and haze from the valley below.
This was another vista along the way to Seneca Rocks. I liked the bright red Sumac against the subtle light and haze from the valley below. This is the same as the other sumace photograph, but I removed the haze.
This is a tree covered with a very light fresh snow. The snow created small very light round puffs of snow. The snow was fresh and looks like cotton.
This was Claude Moore Park during the large snow storm in 2010. The trees branches were all covered with snow.
Claude Moore Park, trees covered in heavy snow and clouds rolling over.
This is the same as the other photos, but just a landscape view of Claude Moore trees covered in snow.
An old barns and outbuildings in a snow driven field. As always, it's a fascination of mine to see objects in a state of ruin. I am never quite sure where the beauty lies in ruin, but the frozen corn field, and rickety barn, covered in the first snow of the season and lit by the dull gray light of a winters afternoon pulled me over to take a shot.
An old barns and outbuildings in a snow driven field. As always, it's a fascination of mine to see objects in a state of ruin. I am never quite sure where the beauty lies in ruin, but the frozen corn field, and rickety barn, covered in the first snow of the season and lit by the dull gray light of a winters afternoon pulled me over to take a shot.
I really like Sycamore trees when they are bare of leaves
I really like Sycamore trees when they are bare of leaves
I really like Sycamore trees when they are bare of leaves
This beautiful old sycamore tree was along the small back road that leads into the lower section of the White Oak Canyon Falls in Shenandoah National Park. It's large bright white trunk seemed to glow brighter than the surrounding snow.
This beautiful old sycamore tree was along the small back road that leads into the lower section of the White Oak Canyon Falls in Shenandoah National Park. It's large bright white trunk seemed to glow brighter than the surrounding snow.
Water rushes down from the waterfalls at White Oak Canyon just after a deep snow.
On the stream that leads away from White Oak Canyon in Shenandoah Valley, there are many pools of water that form. The streams are always rushing over large boulders. Sometimes the streams run into trees that have fallen across the streams path. Here, a tree has fallen and landed right in the spot where the stream falls over a large boulder. Oddly shaped Icicles have formed from the water that has splashed up from the stream.
This is a view of the lower falls at White Oak Canyon in the snow.
The water fall at lower White Oak Canyon falls freezing.
A section of the falls had frozen over.
A large rock covered in snow with small icicles hanging underneath.
This is a closeup of icicles that had formed underneath a tree that had fallen across the falls at White Oak Canyon Lower Falls
This is a closeup of icicles that had formed underneath a tree that had fallen across the falls at White Oak Canyon Lower Falls
This is a sheet of ice that had formed on a rock and was over hanging the waterfall.
After a sudden and early deep snow water from the White Oak Canyon Lower Falls was rushing rapidly down stream. The water was sparking clear busting through the frozen branches and rocks.
After a sudden and early deep snow water from the White Oak Canyon Lower Falls was rushing rapidly down stream. The water was sparking clear busting through the frozen branches and rocks.
At the bottom of the falls the creek has a bunch of round stones all covered in snow.
The base of White Oak Canyon Falls from the bridge that begins the upward hike. The round stones covered with snow are a bit different in shape from the more rugged stones found up toward the falls.
Outside of White Oak Canyon Falls, the lower entrance of Shenandoah National Park, there are several pretty farms. I liked how these barns fit in with the landscape.
This photo was taken when the huge snow storm of 2010 struck. We were stuck in the house for over a week. This was a small creek that ran through the backyard. The snow created a canyon on either side.
During the snow storm of 2010 I sat inside watching icicles form just outside of the kitchen window.
The top of the Mount Healy trail offers stunning 360 degree views of the valleys and surrounding mountains. A very rewarding trip. The variety of colors along the landscape are breathtaking.
The top of the Mount Healy trail offers stunning 360 degree views of the valleys and surrounding mountains. A very rewarding trip. The variety of colors along the landscape are breathtaking.
The top of the Mount Healy trail offers stunning 360 degree views of the valleys and surrounding mountains. A very rewarding trip. The variety of colors along the landscape are breathtaking.
The view of the valley below from the park road reveals how stunning the amount diversity in life is throughout the valley.
One of the last stops before the Wonder Lake campground is the Eielson Center. The Eielson center is a small museum with lots of information about the park. Here, at this elevation, most of the mountains are covered in snow.
Surprise Glacier
Surprise Glacier
Surprise Glacier calving.
Surprise Glacier calving.
Surprise Glacier calving.
Surprise Glacier calving.
Surprise Glacier
The beautiful blue ice of Surprise Glacier. What is fascinating is that the best time to see the ice look this way is on a gray day.
Zoom into the ice inside the ice dome at Byron Glacier

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