Frosty Windows in Macro
Frosty Windows in Macro, Black and White. With the epic winter we’ve had here, so far in Wisconsin. A person needs some thing to do indoors once in a while.
With me loving to take photos of everything. I saw the frost on my windowpane and had to photograph it! Have you ever took the time to look at frost up close? It really is beautiful and the shapes are for ever-changing.
Window frost is a pattern of ice crystals formed from water vapor. Created when the temperature drops below 32 degrees F (0 C) which is the freezing point of water.
Widow frost is also called Ice Roses or Fern Frost. They most certainly do look a lot like ferns, don’t they.
If you look closely, you can see a fox. Along with his eyes, ears, nose, body and tail.
Nature’s art is truly amazing! The next time you see frost, stop and take a close look at it. There may just be something in it you’ve never seen.