After a light freezing rain I went at sunrise to Brown County State Park to admire the trees. It was very cold, but, as I said before, I enjoy that these days.
So yes, you can have views even in Indiana. Nothing man made visible here.
The trees have been temporarily transformed. I am tempted to say that they appear to be frozen, but that is what they are.
They seem to move even less than usual.
I wish this would happen to us, too: For a couple of days being forced to stay put, to contemplate and reconsider, and then to be allowed to thaw.