AT 8AM this morning I saw the sun peeking through the fog over the lake. The evergreen across the muddy lake road was dripping with fog ice, melting. I didn't feel like putting on boots to cross the road for photos, so I pulled out a dirty plastic chair rested my elbows on its arms to help prevent shaking the camera and sat on the porch. I then experimented with the camera capacity to zoom. The results are OK in my book.
The photos have not been adjusted or have any changes at all. They are soft and a bit fuzzy and the drips don't really show up well but it is what it is. I tried changing the images to black and white and that didn't work for me. So here you are.
We're waiting for warmer weather and drier roads. There's no walking on this stuff! (Not that I walk anyway, but the Mister does.)
It is still frozen under this and soon the ruts will become MUCH deeper!