A rare sunrise unobstructed by clouds yielded a surprise in spite of myself. The progress of the sun’s journey north, compared to the winter solstice eight weeks ago, was much farther than expected, passing onto East Hill and Cornell University.
Here is the light of that dawn collected by an unusual assortment of icicles gathered from the huge accumulation of rooftop snows.
I grabbed the IPhone 7 and avoided the cold, taking these photographs through our east facing bay window.
Copyright 2021 Michael Stephen Wills All Rights Reserved
2 thoughts on “Gathering Light”
It is really a rare sight to watch these golden icicles melting down, thanks for the beautiful share.
LikeLiked by 3 people
The icicles are still there. It has been a crazy long cold spell, am worried about ice dams forming on the roof when it all thaws.
LikeLiked by 2 people
Comments are closed.