Ice Crystals

When the temperature is around 5 to 10 degrees F, feathery ice crystals form on the banks and branches next to flowing streams. This is a high magnification closeup of a few ice strands, just a few millimeters wide:

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I have images of full crystals for another post. This is approximately 4x magnification.

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