The ice has been continuously falling off of the trees onto the crusted snowpack which currently at a depth of at least 12 inches. It's been so cold and snowy that I haven't seen grass since Christmas. Over the last week, day and night, the sounds of cracking, falling and breaking ice have echoed throughout southeastern Pennsylvania. With over 1/2" of ice accumulating last Tuesday Night and Wednesday Morning it's made for some tremendous photo ops. I wanted to share this timelapse movie I shot last night of the moon setting behind the trees. The Audio is from only a 40 second clip. With over 750,0000 in the dark including 90% of my county, it's been a rough week. The tree damage is worst than from Hurricane Sandy in October 2012. Just remember to respect the snow, and fear the ice.
Have a safe winter everyone!
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