Tag Archives: hoar frost
Old but freshly processed…actually never processed before.
So cold that it’s blue.
I haven’t been out of the house for a couple of days now but in keeping with the seasonal images I’ve been sharing, here’s one from the archives.
Sunday was a chilly albeit not frigid day. It started out with that nice soft sunrise but there wasn’t much of a hint at what the northern end of Quabbin was like. After I packed up, I decided to ride … Continue reading
Hoar and Rime Frosts often are confused for each other. This is hoar frost which forms directly on something such as, in this case, a twig. Rime, which I showed back a few posts ago forms from mists, fogs, clouds, … Continue reading