Our neighbors on Mill Hollow Rd. have an awesome tradition of creating an ice sculpture every winter. They run a hose during the coldest part of winter and let it freeze into a unique shape. They set up a light box inside, so it glows at night. I have been having fun photographing it at sunrise and moonrise the past few weeks. It takes on different shapes as it melts, and a unique hole developed about a month ago. It was fun to try and position the moon through the hole. It is getting much smaller each day and soon it will be gone, but I was able to capture some light paintings of it a few nights ago using a flashlight. Here’s to you, Bart and Joanne! Thanks for brightening up our neighborhood!
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