Cold as ice!

Icicle falls!

Near the ruins of Seeley’s old mill, there’s a little dribble of water over what I’ve seen referred to as a ‘basalt escarpment.’ (An “escarpment,” according to Wikipedia, is a steep slope caused by erosion or faulting. I’m not sure how natural this escarpment is, since there’s a quarry of some sort just down the brook.)

In the freezing cold, it has all dribbled into ice formations, but tiny spurts of unfrozen water still spray all over the place.

I don’t know what the water source for this is. Must be a small runoff or something.

Oh who cares. It’s pretty!


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