Deni Huttula captured this amazing photo of The Mile High Swinging Bridge on Grandfather Mountain yesterday.
It was a nippy day yesterday; 14 degrees wind-chill…which can create rime.
Interesting tidbit: Rime is often seen in winter when low-hanging clouds cause freezing fog. The fog then freezes to the windward side when temperatures are between 28-17 degrees.
If you want to see more of Deni’s obvious love for all things in our mountains, check out Deni’s feed![sam id=”16″ codes=”true”]
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