We've been a little lax on taking nature walks lately; it's just been too cold, but today I decided to that I would go out with Anna in spite of it. It didn't turn out to be one of those nature walk where you lingeringly stroll around looking at the beauties of nature. We stayed out until Anna said she couldn't move her fingers. I guess that means it's time to come in!
We did see some pretty neat stuff though. Here is what appears to be ice crystals forming in a foot print.
This is a plum leaf azalea that is growing under a drain pipe. Yesterday it got warm enough to drip on it, but then it got down to single digits last night, freezing this ice sculpture.