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Frosted

Flying Frosted: A vine tendril clasping a few dry leaves, and it looks like an exotic flying machine.

Flying Frosted: A vine tendril clasping a few dry leaves, and it looks like an exotic flying machine.

We had a heavy fog overnight, so heavy still this morning that I couldn’t get any good photos. But once it cleared and the sun rose high enough I saw that frost had lightly coated everything, and with the angle of the sun all was outlined and sparkling with tiny white crystals.

Of course, as soon as the sun touched the frost it began to melt so I only had a few minutes to run around my back yard and get everything at the right angle, which was not possible, so I captured what I could, including the “frostbow” at the end.

Alight: Rose of Sharon pods outlined with frost and filled with sun.

Alight: Rose of Sharon pods outlined with frost and filled with sun.

Frosted Abstract: Just that.

Frosted Abstract: Just that.

Frosted: Blue Vervain stems are completely coated and look like pipe cleaners (chenille sticks).

Frosted: Blue Vervain stems are completely coated and look like pipe cleaners (chenille sticks).

Frost Flowers: Frost outlines the edges of dried calico asters.

Frost Flowers: Frost outlines the edges of dried calico asters.

Tipped: Each empty seed pod of the Monarda is topped with frost.

Tipped: Each empty seed pod of the Monarda is topped with frost.

Frostbow: My lens caught a the sun in a flare at the top left, and a rainbow at the bottom and right.

Frostbow: My lens caught a the sun in a flare at the top left, and a rainbow at the bottom and right.

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