Ice Flowers follow-up

Enjoy this addendum from Glenn Kotnik to last month’s blog post about ice flowers:

Last week I was over at my cabin and it suddenly dawned on me that conditions were perfect for formation of ice flowers that night.  All of the understory plants were very wet from recent rain, very saturated with moisture, and the temperature was predicted to drop to the teens that night. So first thing in the morning I headed to my nearby Dittany spot with a step ladder, my LED light panels and cell phone. Too precarious to get a real camera up that slope. Sure enough there were the new ice flowers.

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