Yesterday did not fulfill the forecast for the temperature to reach zero…to a degree. 9° that is.
But 9° is more than cold enough for ice to form and this is one of a few things I found in the little stream that flows from the waterfall at Harvard Pond.
If you look closely you will see all sorts of shapes within each frozen bubble and in a few there are fine cracks. I would have loved to pull out the 25mm macro but the ice was extremely delicate and I had to shoot with the 180 to maintain enough distance to not crack and destroy my subject. And we just had a few inches of snow so it is covered now and with that insulation the “warmth” from the water has most likely melted it under the blanket. But there’ll be others.