Winter can be a dreary time here on the west coast, but it’s not without its share of beauty. I was late harvesting our beets one year, and when the first heavy frost hit, a gorgeous sparkling rime covered them. I couldn’t resist composing a few photos before I pulled them from the ground. Borscht is good, but an enduring image that I love is even better!
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