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Steamy Frost On this oddly bleak and gloomy evening I decided to take a walk into the winter wonderland that is the outdoors. My cold hardened eyelids creaked open to witness the amazing contrast of the force that nature wields. My nostrils numbed at the first whiff of crisp, fresh air that I had taken. The snow crisply blanketed the entire bewitching environment in a deeply white blinding blaze as the moon's intense aura of reflection gauged out my eyes leaving me dazed and brain dead with an onslaught of bewilderment. Bizarre charcoal objects, covered in jagged tears of permafrost that I cannot believe were once lush shrubs eerily protrude from the shield of temporary crystals which lay upon the barren terrain. ...read more.


I can almost hear their shrieks of agony as their once epic journey comes to an unsatisfied, arbitrary halt. The only sound was that of a ghoulish abate wind through the narrow crevasses and glacial gaps between uncountable icicles, it had simulated a bantam fear in myself. The entire setting seems beautiful in its own slightly depressing way. I have decided to return to this amazing area this morning since it is now into the spring months and I would like to be able to disintegrate the pillar stress built up within me. I am astounded at the difference in the once barren scenery, it is hardly recognisable. ...read more.


I could hear the flutter of two royal-blue dragonflies engaging in the activities of the creation of new life as they beat the dense air with their wings and the tune of certain insect that felt compelled to sing in it's seemingly joyful state . This landscape almost seemed to have a certain nutritional value to my eyes, it was beautiful and gave me the feeling of serenity in noticing all the new life in spring compared to in winter. This environment seems to have the perfect balance without the influence of the human race, this leaves me questioning what purpose we have on the earth. Might our purpose just be to survive?... We will never know. ...read more.

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