It is a beautiful phenomenon! We haven't had enough moisture or a frost to even get a chance to see this beautiful treat.
I am so intrigued by hoarfrost of which I have never seen even though I live close to your state and have been in your state many times. So my question is, why do you get this miracle of nature and others don't? Just wondering. :) Very cool.
These really are works of art. I've never seen heavy frost like that around here.☼ Sunny
Never seen anything like that here ! Wow what a photo opp ! Have a great day !
Never seen anything like that...really cool...created by the air movement??
It's really incredible. It's a good thing you have the photos to prove it or we wouldn't believe it. It's like Mother Nature made pots and vases.
Like Rural rambler said we havent had enough moisture to see these this year! But they are so cool! I remember the first time I saw a frost flower I was just in awe!Cool Pictures as always!
This looks like a cocoon. Very impressive works of art that only Mother Nature can provide!
They're such amazing formations. I've never seen anything that thick before; usually, it's just a light sparkle around here.
They look strange but wonderful.
Those are so cool..Big Sloppy KissesGus, Louie and Callie
I like frost..I have too after it killed all the flowers. Beautifull photos! Have you see the white deer?? :(
What a rare catch! Very beautiful, Traci
Icy cotton candy wrapped around unsuspecting plants! This phenomena has always amazed me. Beautiful capture girl!God bless and enjoy this beautiful day!!!
This looks like cotton candy! The hoar frost I saw looked a lot different from this!
Oh How cool GAIL!!!I think I JUST saw some of that stuff on my Sunset trail ride, 2 hours ago...it was geting rather cold, and I looked down and thought, "Oh, litter!" Then, as the mare and me walked by it, I thought it looked like the forelock of a white horse, that had his trimmed today.."but how'd it get out here?"I knew better...so, it had to be Hoarfrost...it was puffy and spun looking! If it weren't for YOU- posting about it so often, with the neat pics...I would have negatively thought...litter!Showed my husband just now. He said, " I wonder how it tastes?"ONLY he would say that...let us know Gail!Kac
This is so cool. You always have the coolest pictures.
What a poetic, pictoral essay. Gail, I think this is what makes you come alive - photography, your animals, your home, and writing about them. Carry on!
That is really something. I find frost like that fascinating.
Gosh. They're even more spectacular then the last pictures you showed us!
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