There’s something that happens in Alaska every winter, a little something I like to call the “Narnia” effect.
All the tree limbs turn white. And everything’s just WHITE – as far as the eye can see. Apparently it happens when moisture escapes from the tree limbs – and freezes as soon as it hits the air. Because, well of course, it’s freezing here – it’s been -15 (that’s minus 15) all week.
But oh, the beauty!