Frozen rain drops

Here are five views of frozen rain drops on leaves – three on mullein leaves, and two on oak leaves:

The surfaces of frozen drops can have interesting patterns – see Mullein drop III. In past years, I’ve seen ice crystals grow on drops, not this time, unfortunately. I don’t know what flattened the last oak drop – I like the look of it, though.

18 thoughts on “Frozen rain drops

    • I had no idea it was a medicinal herb, or that it grew in Australia. For me the attraction is the fine leaf details, and the fact it stays green through much of the winter. I missed your comment at first, it landed in spam for some reason.

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