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13

Feb

Frost forward: Watch ice grow in time-lapse2 time-lapse videos by a Danish photographer capture winter in haunting detail, from the up-close growth of hoarfrost to ice-covered lakes and snowy landscapes.

Frost forward: Watch ice grow in time-lapse
2 time-lapse videos by a Danish photographer capture winter in haunting detail, from the up-close growth of hoarfrost to ice-covered lakes and snowy landscapes.

02

Dec

Feather frost: This type of frost is created from clusters of thin, curved ice filaments and has the appearance of hair or feathers. The rare phenomenon typically appears on water-logged wood when conditions are just right to allow ice filaments to be pushed from the wood’s pores and frozen.See more of nature’s weird and wonderful creations.

Feather frost: This type of frost is created from clusters of thin, curved ice filaments and has the appearance of hair or feathers. The rare phenomenon typically appears on water-logged wood when conditions are just right to allow ice filaments to be pushed from the wood’s pores and frozen.
See more of nature’s weird and wonderful creations.