Our first decent winter weather in years gave me a chance to see Devil’s Den State Park in a way I never had before: covered in snow and ice. About 100 straight hours of sub-freezing temperatures adorned the bluffs and valleys, even the snow itself, in crystals and icicles. You know I couldn’t resist.
I know this isn’t the first time I’ve said this, but I’m just endlessly fascinated by ice. It can arise in the most complex and beautiful forms that last for just days or even hours, especially here in Arkansas. It has been above freezing for a few hours now, and most of these formations are probably gone. I love that.
Thanks for looking!
3 thoughts on “Devil’s Den in white”
Bleak and cool!
Thanks a lot!