42 thoughts on “A Flock of Frost

  1. These are beautiful. I’m reminded of the sandpipers that visit our region in August each year. What a creative eye you have 🙂

  2. Hi Karen, I see we both saw frost feathers in Steve Gingold’s post yesterday! My comment was from a song I wrote some 31 years ago, for the passing of a beloved dog:

    Now the feather flowers of frost unfold and stretch their long and icy fingers across my window pane
    And I walk November’s frozen fields and listen for her steps to come and find me and I call her name

    This has to be among the most fantastic frost displays I’ve ever seen. Escheresque and truly inspirational.

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