Posted on January 22, 2014 by Bob Berwyn
Gotta love winter!
Ice and frost formations along Tenmile Creek in Frisco, Colorado.
FRISCO — Every now and then I take a break from admiring (and photographing) Summit County’s stunning landscapes to zoom in a little closer. In the winter, that means checking out the sometimes bizarre ice and frost formations around local streams, lakes and reservoirs. This set from the archives features some of the more unusual formations.
Hoarfrost forming on dried twigs along the shore of Dillon Reservoir.
Frost feathers grow on icicles hanging off a boulder near Dillon Reservoir.
Frost flower growing on a twig protruding from a roadside mud puddle.
Thick hoarfrost in Dillon, Colorado.
At the edge of the Dillon Reservoir ice sheet.
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