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Thursday, August 03, 2006

Ice Diver























Looking at this photo will make you feel cooler, triple digit temperatures call for such photography. It was taken on freezing morning that called for gloves to be worn. An early morning AT hike last winter provided ribbons of frozen creeks running through bare forests along the Blue Ridge. This photo contains Daliesque qualities including an icy figure diving into the chilly water.

2 comments:

mooncrazy said...

Do you ever see bears on the AT? There's a great book by Bill Bryson, Hiking the AT?

Dave said...

I have not seen bears on the AT, but they are definately there. I hope to post a photo of one some day in the future. I've read Bill's book "A Walk in the Woods", it's excellent. Thanks for the comment!