Saturday Snapshot - Frozen Tree
This past Sunday morning, I woke up to a weather alert on my phone that I had never heard of before - freezing fog. I'm still not quite sure what that meant. What I can tell you is that it made the trees absolutely beautiful, coating each branch in white. I was only able to snap one quick picture on my way to church. God did a great job of frosting His creation that morning!
Saturday Snapshot is hosted by West Metro Mommy.
It's beautiful! I forget where you live (forgive me), but in the West we get frozen fog a lot in the winter. We call it Pogonip. My dad used to say Hoar Frost (if you google them, you'll find lots of good pictures) but we would laugh and laugh when he said Hoarfrost. We thought he was being so naughty!!
3/13/2016 07:34:17 pm
I live in Michigan. We get plenty of freezing and plenty of fog, but usually not together. I've heard of hoar frost before. I just didn't realize that's what it was! :)
3/13/2016 07:34:40 pm
Thanks, Suko! Hope you had a wonderful weekend as well!
3/12/2016 05:42:00 pm
Hopefully all the freezing fog, or hoarfrost or what ever it is called is done for the season. We get that too here in Wyoming, but not much this year. It has been very dry. I am ready for spring, warmer days, flowers and maybe a strawberry or two.
3/13/2016 07:35:04 pm
Warmer days and flowers sound great to me! :)
3/13/2016 07:35:50 pm
Thanks, Ginny. It does almost look like blossoms, now that I look at it again. :)
3/13/2016 07:36:22 pm
There are certainly some weird weather things out there. I was glad this one turned out so beautiful! :)
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