Today I was out doing assignments. Some days I have to really hunt for something to share, something just a little prettier or out of the ordinary. But this morning, I hadn't even arrived at my first work site, and I was stunned by this little nothing of a wide spot in a creek that I've crossed dozens of times without paying a bit of attention.
Every tussock of vegetation, probably sedges, is covered with a marshmallow pillow.
You can see how they've built up with each successive sugary snowfall.
An impressive collection of them.
How do I know they are marshmallows and not just ordinary snow? Because there is a big toothy mouth gobbling them up.
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