From the hunting lodge journal of Andor:
“Snow is usually a hindrance to much of life in the Mitgardian winters; however, hunters like me often find it a blessing. The beautiful white landscape makes tracking blood trails from wounded game animals far easier to track. Today I let an arrow loose into a nice buck, it was a well placed shot, but the deer was a strong beast and he staggered for about a half mile before expiring. I might never have found him had it not been for the red blood on the white snow.”
I've been trying to work in some icicles, but have been unable to until now. This is also my first foray into trees with no leaves.
Edited by mrcp6d, 31 December 2012 - 09:53 PM.