Every now and then it freezes even in the Texas Hill Country. A spill adds to the frozen fun!
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Well-head pipe cracked. Yikes! The overflow had to be diverted quickly. As a result, beautiful and rare flowers bloomed - temporarily.
A year later ... a deep freeze creates icy droplets.
Delicate ice crystals are floating above a juniper berry & some dried leaves.
Icy jewels decorating a moss-covered juniper stump
March 6, 2011 - 08:27 h - 16º F/-8.8º C - A ripe juniper cone, trapped in the ice of the watering trough.
New Year's Day - celebrate with tiny champagne glasses made of ice :)
"Cedar Fever" the scourge of the Texas Hill Country. When your head hurts, as if you'd run into a brick wall: Juniperus ashei pollen - allergies-to-be
Ice Pack for my Sister's Back