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Uploaded by: isight
Thursday March 21, 2013
Caption: A thicket of rows of crystal blades that 'grew' down into the freezing water as much as three inches, some parallel, others crisscrossing at all different angles. I'd been looking for this all winter, having found and dropped a similar piece in November, so the first day of spring seemed fitti. Although I marvel at the phenomenon, I find that from any angle most of the crystals are transparent - only a few are reflective. I can only effectively photograph little parts of the scene.
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