Out in the Cold

By Joe Duty | Published Wednesday, December 11, 2013

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Outdoor Adventure

OUTDOOR ADVENTURE – Caidyn and Corbyn Powell sledded Sunday as the sun peeked out in Wise County for the first time in three days. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

Teamwork Required

TEAMWORK REQUIRED – Two young men help a friend get his pickup moving. Vehicles of all types were stuck along roadsides after the winter storm struck North Texas. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

Crystal Clear

CRYSTAL CLEAR – The red lights hanging from the Wise County Courthouse are reflected in an icicle. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

Winter View

WINTER VIEW – The Wise County Courthouse can be seen through the branches of a tree coated in ice. Although the sleet made roads treacherous, it created beautiful landscapes. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

Ice Breakers

ICE BREAKERS – Staff at Kwik Kar Oil and Lube in Decatur break ice Monday morning trying to clear the parking lot and entrance to the bays. Temperatures rose above freezing for a short time Monday but were expected to reach the 40s by Wednesday. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

Color Contrast

COLOR CONTRAST – An orange fall leaf shines bright against the white sleet and snow. Most remaining leaves fell from the trees after the storm hit Thursday night, leaving imprints in ice-covered yards. Messenger photo by Joe Duty

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