Holiday Doldrums and Covid

With the latest variant spreading like the common cold, venturing too far from my wilderness is not the best idea. Quick trips for supplies afforded me the opportunities to capture a few images worth sharing.

A lack of rain combined with low humidity made for the perfect condition to photograph nearby mountains.

3,100′ Hickory Nut Mountain along the McDowell-Bumcombe County line
Rare at this elevation, a Loblolly Pine forest flourishes in northern Rutherford County
The north end of Lake Lure is high and dry for another two months because of the semi-annual drawdown for dock and boathouse repairs.
Sunset over 4,000″ Sugarloaf Mountain
My home surrounded by large Eastern Hemlock trees…
A light rain has fallen since New Year’s Eve
1,600′ Dick’s Mountain just south of the house on a frosty morning
A touch of Holiday warmth inside…

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