A mix of branches and vines and leftover leaves creates random landing surfaces for snow to pile up, and up, and up, and the details look like an abstract composition.
I photograph snow darker so that I can still see the details in the fluff.
Snowflakes fall among the tulip poplar buds, partially open, filling them like a cup. This is inspiring a poem.
Even that little vine collects snow.
This delicate twig has snowflakes piled one atop the other in a very thin little wall.. . . . . . .
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