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FrozenFog?

Uploaded by: CalicoBass

Sunday November 18, 2012

near Marcella, AR

Caption: This stuff was just on certain weeds, it was about 31 degrees and fog.

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7. taosmtngirl
7:26 PM GMT on November 24, 2012
Phoebe, at http://www.wunderground.com/wximage/phoebe
has photos of the phenomenon, which she has captured over the last couple of years. She calls them Ozark Ice Flowers, and some of the ones that happen close to the ground on short, cut off stems are beautiful. I quote her caption on one of her photos:
"Get your buns out of bed early on the first hard frost to capture the ice flowers before the sun warms them. Sap wicks up a certain weed along our Ozarks White River to burst into temporary bloom."
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6. CalicoBass
7:50 AM GMT on November 20, 2012
Thanks Phatkhat for the comment, I've never seen
any like this before and was amazed by it :)
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5. Phatkhat
3:47 AM GMT on November 20, 2012
Used to get this on some low growing plants in Clinton. I looked it up, and evidently certain plants give up their moisture when it freezes and the cell walls burst. It creates these really neat frost blooms. The ones I had actually looked like roses!
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4. CalicoBass
1:43 AM GMT on November 20, 2012
Thanks Mark and Eileen for the comments!
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3. beanhead
1:13 AM GMT on November 20, 2012
Great series!
This stuff takes the cake!
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2. noneinc
1:12 AM GMT on November 20, 2012
Kewel!
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1. CalicoBass
1:08 AM GMT on November 20, 2012
Check out a short video below I made...

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I am married (38 years), we enjoy being outdoors, fishing, going for drives on the back-roads. I enjoy taking pictures of everything and I really enjoy seeing everyones pictures they put on this site. We live in a very small town that is where the White and Black Rivers meet. The town has a State Park here, has a lot of history, there is a video that was made for AETN TV, if you click on Visit My Website, you can see it. Create your own visitor map!

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