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Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Frosty

 
We are having a mini-blizzard here. Maggie and I went out but we didn't stay out long. It was nasty. And I still don't have much energy. That needs to end tomorrow.

Meanwhile, how about some frost patterns?

frost

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10 comments:

missing moments said...

Love the frost patterns!

Lin said...

Pretty! It's been snowing those big flakes that take a minute to melt. I love to look at them up close--you can really appreciate their beauty.

rainfield61 said...

This random pattern is great.

spinninglovelydays said...

Those are pretty!

Secondary Roads said...

Mostly rain until midday. Then mixed rain and sleet. Later it was a bit of snow. Nice shot of the frosty tree.

jakill said...

Lovely feathery patterns. Wishing you better, Joan.

Ann said...

I think our blizzard was last weekend although we are getting snow again today.
Love the frost patterns

Sharkbytes said...

reena- Once in a while I manage to catch one

Lin- the big ones are like a fairy tale!

rainfield- it's all math!

Chuck- I should reply to you that it's all math- more answers to the "why?"

Jean- thanks!

Ann- more snow for us tomorrow- maybe 6 more inches!

betchai said...

what a beautiful mini-frosty. enjoy the snow.

Ratty said...

I like this a lot. The way the detail of the ice coming off the sides of each section is amazing.

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