A bit of cabin fever…. a drive along a West Virginia river….
After a brief warm period, ice was beginning to re-form along the calmer stretches of the river.
The thin edges of surface ice surprised with their delicate filigree
or crumbled tinfoil reflection
But the biggest surprises we found along the banks of the river, where branches and grasses touched the rushing water
There were bell shapes
an ice-flower bouquet
drips and icicles
Well worth the frozen fingers!