The delicate side of the massive southern snow storm.
On February 11-13, the southern US was hit hard by a winter storm. Areas of the south that typically never see snow were covered by nearly a foot of snow. In the news headlines, cars were abandoned in-place where they could not travel any further. Traffic came to a standstill.
With in all that massive snow and ice, there, too is a delicate side. With the ice covered branches, new snow began to fall. The trees took on a white ‘fuzz’ as the snow stuck to the ice without melting.