Snow "rolls" one of rarest winter phenoms are created when wet snow broke off a small cornice. Lost Lake area, Chugach National Forest, near Seward, Alaska. REPINNED NOTE: We have seen this at Whiteface in NY when we were skiing 2 years or so ago! So COOL!!!!
"The road is a river of ice, slick and unforgiving. A harsh sweep of white iron, smooth as glass and cold enough to freeze any uncovered inch of flesh to the surface. Hillocks and haystacks rise up, isles in a smoking brume. Here and there snow has blown aside, revealing the line of the great white stone road that slices through the hills." — from the novel SINFUL FOLK
Snow on Pine
Snow in the forest with a hint of sunshine peeking through