Morning frost

By David Moore

When the overnight temperature dips below freezing, I check the thermometer in my unheated greenhouse to see if my tender plants are at risk. I have a little plug-in heater to turn on if needed. This morning (March 11) I had a delightful surprise. Magic forces had decorated all the overhead glass panels with ferns and feathers formed in the frost.

I grabbed the camera and captured these pics. Then I plugged in the heater and they were gone in a few minutes. So much of beauty in nature is fleeting.

(Click on thumbnail image to see a larger version.)

An unusually COLD spring can have a silver lining.

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1 Response to “Morning frost”


  1. 1 iheartfilm March 11, 2009 at 21:02

    That last one is an amazing abstract. Good job.

    Chris


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