This year cold and snow have come early to central Ohio. The first official day of winter hasn’t arrived but we’ve already had several snowfalls. Snow often transforms the landscape, providing a new adventure in a place frequented many times before.
A light snow often reveals patterns and designs that were not obvious. Today’s walk along the Scioto River below Griggs Dam revealed a beauty that one would never suspect is there. For some of the color images in this post I decided that the story was better told in black and white.
As we walked, we were entertained by Juncos, Golden-crowned Kinglets, Robins, and House Finches, although not all posed for a picture. Ring-billed Gulls and Canada Geese seemed quite comfortable in the reservoir which, despite overnight temperatures between 15-20 F, had not yet frozen over.
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