What comes to your mind when you hear the word “frost”?
An ancient wrote: “By the breath of God frost is given” – Job 37:10 (KJV).
A modern definition: “Frost: Ice crystals formed on grass or other objects by the sublimation (direct transfer) of water vapor from the air at below-freezing temperatures” – National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Weather.
When I looked out our kitchen window this morning and saw a frosty landscape, my first thought wasn’t “breath of God” or “sublimation of water vapor” but “where’s my camera so I can take some photographs before the sun melts the ice crystals.”
Here are several frosty designs I captured this morning:
|Amish Cockscomb blossom|
|Ruby Red chard|