Sweetfern, Comptonia peregrina, is neither sweet nor a fern, but is one of my favorite plants. It looks like something the dinosaurs would have walked through, and smells like all the warmest, spiciest, most magical aromas of imagination.
It's awfully hard to leave a wordless comment!! But wow.
Oh, it's just the post that's wordless...comments always welcome! :)
So very pretty.
That is cool!!! I wonder how the ice formed like that.
I was intrigued! I don't know if you can tell, but there are multiple thin layers of that needle-like structure!
Ice, yes ... beautiful! But, um, the brown blob ... it is isn't it?!
It's a stone. What did you think it was?
oooo, you're sneaky ... of course I thought it was a rock, what else?! ha ha!
So nice to see you, Bruna! I hope you are well!
Ha-ha! I think Wendy and I were thinking the same thing. The ice formations are incredible. Glad to know the brown blob is a stone and not something the animals contributed. :)
Gosh. I don't think I've ever made feces the focal point of an image on this blog!
Beautiful photograph. :)
Wow! That is incredibly beautiful!
If this shows up a second time, you can delete one. The first one was gobbled up by a sad puzzle piece thing! Left me speechless on Wordless Wednesday/Saturday - not really...WOW! This is beautiful - Happy weekend, Quinn. XOXO
WOW! Fantastic photo!
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