Twin lakes; the larger was imprisoned beneath a cap of ice. A liquid body of translucent turquoise, the smaller rode the icecap. Above the un-lake rose a fine mist interspersed with wisps of fog.
Overnight the winter thaw was hidden beneath a blanket of new fallen snow.
Heavy wet snow compacted under my footsteps as I walked across the field. Here and there mice had traveled beneath the snow. Varicose snow eruptions between the ground and snow tracked their undercover foraging