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Jack Frost’s Vacation Spot

So as I’ve said in my last post, Jack Frost had paid us a visit, and decided to stick around! I’ve heard people say, in the last 50 years they had been here, they’d never seen weather like this in our little town. The ice had formed around everything, and icicles appeared off of power lines, cars, buildings and trees. Every branch was covered in ice, completely surrounded by it. It’s so beautiful but also very dangerous, tons of transformers blew out and trees fell! The power was out all night for us and for some people, they are still waiting for in to come back on. A very difficult work day for me, a long 8 hour shift with random power outages HAHA! I’m just glad I was able to step outside for a few minutes to get a few shots. This picture turned out to be my favorite.  

 

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Revisiting the Winery Graveyard

Almost two year ago William and I ran into a graveyard while visiting a local winery. The Unexpected Graveyard was one of those moments where I was so happy to have Frank (my Canon) with me. At that point, I was taking all of my pictures on the “Landscape” setting on my camera haha! I was so new I had no idea what all the buttons and dials meant. So going back to that location was really exciting, just to see if I’d be able to make them any better. I’m not sure if they are any better, but they are a lot spookier! We have been experiencing freezing fog here the last couple of days. I was hoping the fog would be there when we got there, but I was so incredibly cold I was afraid I was rushing the pictures along. I hope I got the images the way I wanted to, it was nice being able to see that location again.

Here’s a shot of the winery not far from us, this is how foggy it was! HAHA

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This is the walking path to the little graveyard.

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I was sad to see quite a few headstones broken and propped up against trees, who knows where they are really suppose to be.

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