Saturday, November 17, 2018

Ice On The Blue Ridge Mountains

After the power came back on, we drove over the mountains to get groceries.  The sun was out and the roads were dry, but there was still ice. Here is our trip across the Blue Ridge Mountains.









“Fire and hail, snow and ice, hurricanes obeying his orders; Mountains and all hills, apple orchards and cedar forests…”
Psalm 148

14 comments:

The Feminine Energy said...

Oh my goodness, what breathtaking pictures, Ginny.... it's hard to believe such beauty brought such mayhem! :-( Love, Andrea xoxo

Margaret Birding For Pleasure said...

The snow on the tree are gorgeous Ginny

DeniseinVA said...

Stunning photos Ginny! I remember ice storms in days past, especially driving. Magical winter wonderland but can be treacherous to drive in. Glad you were okay.

crafty cat corner said...

Stunning photos Ginny. So far really mild here, unusually so. Hope we don't get the white stuff.
Briony
x

MadSnapper said...

I have NEVER seen ice like this, the most I have seen is a frozen birdbath, when we lived in KY we had snow but nothing like this.... your photos are stunning and scary and glad you are safe home posting this icy story

Betsy Banks Adams said...

So beautiful yet so much damage..... I remember our terrible ice storm here several years ago. NOT FUN.

Hugs,
Betsy

George said...

The ice on the trees and mountains is beautiful, but I'm glad the roads were dry and safe.

photowannabe said...

Wowie...that was some storm you had. Glad the power is on again.
Love the picture of the icycles on the railing.

Ruth Hiebert said...

Those are some spectacular sights.

Tamago said...

Such destructive storm...but the silver sceneries are simply so beautiful! Glad sun was out. I hope all the ice on roads will melt away quickly.

Ann said...

It looks so pretty. Too bad it causes so much destruction.

Chatty Crone said...

Pretty to see but not to drive on!

Nancy Chan said...

Breathtaking scenery! Drive carefully and stay safe.

Gracie and Bobbi said...

Gorgeous photos Ginny! Glad you could find some positive in all the mess.

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