In the Cold Kentucky Rain

Despite the light precipitation, my wife and I drove to the Pinnacle Overlook, located inside Cumberland Gap National Historic Park. Instead of seeing Kentucky, Virginia and Tennessee, we saw fog.

My wife made the best of it by taking close-up pictures of ice that had formed on trees on the mountain top. She pointed out that the ice was only on one side of the pine needles and branch tips. We assumed that the wind blew the rain sideways and that it froze when it hit the branch.


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