Macro Mayhem

Looks like a snow-covered appetizer!


ice-covered blossoms

delicate beauty encased

a frozen mayhem


Delicate beauty.

This is a follow-up to last week’s post with more pictures from the freak thunder sleet event. With any luck, this will be the last snow or sleet we see until next winter. Thankfully, I’m seeing some signs of spring with daffodils and snowdrops peeking out while the birds and I sing in celebration! Our weather went from low 20s last week to mid 70s this week. Welcome to spring in the Ozarks.


Ice treats.


The ice queen!

May spring thaw the ice queen. πŸ˜‹


62 thoughts on “Macro Mayhem

  1. Your photos are incredible, Brad. You got the balance of the delicate and strong, the frozen and yet warm beauty. But, as you say, may that be the last of the snow/sleet/ice. As always, I’m ready for spring on March 1, but in New England, spring is not ready for us until the end of April. 😦

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  2. Boy, with the beauty of the ice-queen, I’m not sure I’d ever want spring to arrive πŸ™‚ Fantastic photos, Brad, and I think this is part of why I love winter, and you capture it in your poem so well: a frozen mayhem. It looks so perfectly brilliant until that first step.

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