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Wednesday What’s That?

Weather in Arizona – usually temperatures are described as warm, warmer, hot, hotter, or real hot. So far this year, though, warmth hasn’t been a factor here at all. With that thought in mind, can you guess what these close-up photos are? The top photo is frost on the fabric top of a convertible. The […]
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A Frosty, Foggy Morning

A thin grey fog hung over the city, and the streets were very cold; for summer was in England. – Rudyard Kipling, The Light That Failed – Sunbeams cut through the morning fog. As the fog starts to lift, frost steals across the ground. Water drops freeze onto the tips of the grass blades.

Fall Hoarfrost – A Lens Full of Crystals

Our first ‘winter storm’ of the season was night before last. It didn’t drop that much snow, and the temperature didn’t get all that much below freezing. It wasn’t a big deal, unless you were one of the unfortunate ones who had to drive to work the next morning. People seem to forget how to […]
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Winter White Means Snow and Ice

All of us have moments in our lives that test our courage. Taking children into a house with a white carpet is one of them. – Erma Bombeck – A carpet of white snow is slowly blanketing our part of the world. No one minds if children trod upon it, build snowmen with it, or […]
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The Wonder of Rain Drops and Snowflakes

Unanswerable questions about raindrops and snowflakes

Capturing a Frosty Morning in Alberta

Frosty days and ice-still nights, Fir trees trimmed with tiny lights, – Jo Geis, Christmas Long Ago – As elves go, Jack Frost is one of my favourites. He arrives without warning, but never stays too long. His artistry is magnificent, but fleeting – so I never tire of his work. He doesn’t play favourites […]
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