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A Gaze Into My Soul

A Gaze Into My soul is a blog by Amber Flowers. Discover a menagerie of opinionated personal posts, sarcasm & poetic musings. Follow me as I explore rugged & urban terrain across Kentucky and beyond. Keep in touch with Soul Gaze Photography, LLC via photography, projects and other content related to my business. Discover reviews of products of all types and sizes. 

A Gaze Into My Soul

A blog by Amber Flowers. Discover a menagerie of opinionated personal posts, sarcasm & poetic musings. Follow me as I explore rugged & urban terrain across Kentucky and beyond. Keep in touch with Soul Gaze Photography, LLC via photography, projects and other content related to my business. Discover reviews of products of all types and sizes. 


Kingrey Road Creek in Winter

Kingrey Road is located in southeastern Barren County, Kentucky. A section of a creek called 'Bailey's Branch' runs under a bridge here. Often, heavy rain results in this creek flowing with abandon. It's managed to cover the road at times, but this was the first time I'd ever seen it frozen nearly solid. There was a small stream gushing in the center, but the rest of the creek was frozen so intensely that no matter how hard I threw stones, I could only hear the thud of failure as the surface resisted the assault. Amazing the power of nature to freeze even the fastest flowing sources of water.

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It doesn't look it, but you could stand on the creek to photograph the solidity. Further down, the water had begun to win the frozen battle.

Standing on the creek to photograph the solidity. The water had begun to win the frozen battle.

Such beautiful formations of ice and frost...

Such beautiful formations of ice and frost...

Solid, yet some areas displayed water gently bubbling underneath.

Solid, yet some areas displayed water gently bubbling underneath.

No matter how hard I threw stones, I could only hear the thud of failure.

No matter how hard I threw stones, I could only hear the thud of failure.

Such beautiful formations of ice and frost...

Such beautiful formations of ice and frost...

A leaf frozen solid upon decent into the icy depths...

A leaf frozen solid upon decent into the icy depths...

Such beautiful formations of ice and frost...

Such beautiful formations of ice and frost...

Such beautiful formations of ice and frost...

Such beautiful formations of ice and frost...

The other side was deeper so not frozen as solid.

The other side was deeper so not frozen as solid.