Mar
26
2017
Thunderstorm
Sunday
High 63° / Low 49°
Mostly Cloudy
Monday
High 67° / Low 52°
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Hanging around, chillin’: A late morning journey out into winter’s finest finds the cascades in Glen Helen bejeweled with icicles underneath the limestone cliff overhangs. The water still roared in the background, diffused by snow squalls, casting an almost timeless, prehistoric atmosphere over the entire scene. (Photos by Robert Hasek)

Hanging around, chillin’: A late morning journey out into winter’s finest finds the cascades in Glen Helen bejeweled with icicles underneath the limestone cliff overhangs. The water still roared in the background, diffused by snow squalls, casting an almost timeless, prehistoric atmosphere over the entire scene. (Photos by Robert Hasek)

Glen Helen’s first real snowfall of the year

Over the start of this week, Jan. 11 and 12, Yellow Springs received its first real blanket of winter white, after having suffered unseasonable temperatures when the flakes should have been falling.

The landscape takes on fantastic forms and highlights curves, angles and contrasts in our everyday environment that we usually don’t notice (click here to read Audrey Hackett’s fine piece on the Radical Reality of Snow), and that goes for the Glen Helen as well.

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