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Winter diadem

A River Runs Through It
Posted 2/6/19

  “Diadem” is a traditional word for “jeweled crown”—sculpted here by splashing water, Arctic air and hydrogen atoms bonding into points and curlicues.   …

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Winter diadem

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“Diadem” is a traditional word for “jeweled crown”—sculpted here by splashing water, Arctic air and hydrogen atoms bonding into points and curlicues.

On rural roads, a ditch may lead to a culvert where a little stream trundles down, with riffles to make the water splash, and a few twigs where droplets can cling and freeze. This one’s near Milanville, in Damascus Township.

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