Notes from the field, essays, and observations.
Ice crystals that clustered around pine needles on a stream surface:
You only see crystals like this when it’s really cold – it was around 4° F. Brr!
Very nice. I have not seen them before.
Love this! It is amazing all the different ways the crystals form.
That’s what fascinates me about ice crystals – there’s something different nearly every time I find them. Thanks!
Only seen that once here in the UK, and not as big and bold as your example, also the floating disks of ice on rivers, mesmerizing
Thanks – if you are willing to get out in cold weather (0 – 10° F), you’ll see many more.
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