“It was a black and white day of frost, which crawled along the dark trees and outlined twig and branch. The air was misty, and distant objects assumed a mysterious importance. Slight sounds, too, suggested infinite activities to the mind.”
Robert S. Hichens
The picture was taken a year ago. Cottonwoods and spruce trees covered with frost and snow. A fine mist hanging over the frozen river bed. If you look carefully you might even spot two bald eagles. Mysterious…
How did Robert Hichens know?
Robert Smythe Hichens was a journalist, writer, and a contemporary of Oscar Wilde.