Earth, lake, cloud by Keith Hammer.
Swan Rangers again explored the foggy, frosty layer between the earth and the cloud deck during their outings this past week!
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Keith Hammer wondered if the Earth is indeed flat as he took our lead photo!
Keith then explored the frosty artwork left as the overnnight fog dissipated, finding beauty in a bunch of Sweet clover . . .
. . . Ponderosa pines . . .
. . . and a tree branch occupied by a young Northern shrike puffed up for warmth!
Pat Jaquith came upon a similarly perched Townsend's solitaire and . . .
. . . an American three-toed woodpecker showing off its "opposable thumb!"
Ruth Quist came upon a Kingfisher in a Larch tree and . . .
. . . frosty lichens hanging from a tree branch.
Pam Willison found this beautiful combination of contorted snow and hoar frost hanging from a tree limb!
In our parting shot, Ruth Quist once again captures a baby-colors sky at sunset!