The Pacific Northwest wasn't immune to last week's arctic blast. A week ago Thursday, I awoke to an ice-covered front yard.
Although still home recovering from foot surgery, I couldn't resist grabbing my camera and hobbling outside.
Still-warm ground quickly melted it's icy crust. But on vegetation, the frozen droplets clung quite nicely.
My rhodie bushes sported tiny, thin icicles.
The few roses left were encased in a glittering, frosty shell.
After sitting idle for two weeks, it felt great to get out and capture some images. Sniff....I miss hiking already. Can't wait until my foot is healed and I can get back on the trail.
Sharing with: Today's Flowers.