Mister Jack Frost and his glaciating tentacles

Scotland is enveloped in a sub zero frost that is producing some far out tiny ice sculptures on everything it touches. The trees look as though they are covered in a layer of snow, but closer inspection shows that it is actually ice, covered in more ice that was formed by frozen fog, and the end result is these delicate spikes of ice formations. It seems that the longer we experience this super chill, the longer the spikes are getting. They are very fragile though, as I was taking the photo above I brushed past some and they just dispersed. All in all I think they look beautiful, and the whole process is very cool indeed.
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30 year old female who's interested in all sorts, but not very good at most. I love life, love, colour, friends... and I love being.
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