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Hoar frost

Making this a more general gallery. It originally started Sunday 19 December, 2010, when there was a nice crop of beautiful long hoar frost (usually happens when there is fog or high humidity and very little wind, which gives the crystals a chance to grow very long). However, this happens again (happily) so I am making this more than just the one day.

Winter can be tough, particularly by February (the "February blues"), and some people I know say how tired they are of it (some are actively changing their lives to move somewhere without cold winters). But sometimes winter is spectacularly beautiful. No cold winter means none of that spectacular beauty either. Is it worth the price? Some days, "yes" :)
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Frosty branch.
Frosty branch.
Hoary pine.
Hoary pine.
Light hoar frost.
Light hoar frost.
Hoar frost pine cone.
Hoar frost pine cone.
Fuzzy branch.
Fuzzy branch.
White trees.
White trees.
Under the railing.
Under the railing.
Christmas tree?
Christmas tree?
Swinging in the wind.
Swinging in the wind.
Hoar frost.
Hoar frost.
Hoar frost and sky.
Hoar frost and sky.
Hoary trapped leaf.
Hoary trapped leaf.
Hoary weeds.
Hoary weeds.
Hoar frost.
Hoar frost.
Jack Frost jumping jacks?
Jack Frost jumping jacks?
Hoar frost fence, version 2.
Hoar frost fence, version 2.
More hoary weeds.
More hoary weeds.
Hoary crabapples.
Hoary crabapples.
Hoar frost suspension bridge.
Hoar frost suspension bridge.
Hoar frost fence.
Hoar frost fence.
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