maybe two to three times per year because its highest elevation is 2700 feet. We were driving on a big winding road slowly up the mountain in partly cloudy weather surround by greenery when, all of a sudden, the world turned grey and we stepped out of our car to this winter wonderland. All the trees and bushes had this light coating of snow and ice to make them all seem like delicate structures. This particular scene just seemed to have the right balance of flora, delicate ice, snow and a hint of a curve (when standing just so) as to make that road's destination a bit mysterious IMO.
The shot was taken with my 50 mm 1.4 and converted using a B&W plug in to PS. Added extra contrast of course to make the branches and ice/snow pop. The scene reminds me of when I was a kid in Connecticut playing in woods which looked almost like that. Glad you liked it.