|Photo by Richard Schear|
Not long after that, the snow began to fall again, and it kept snowing for a day and a half, until everything was covered in sparkling white again. Then this morning, we awoke to the sight of hoar frost covering everything with glistening white. Also known as radiation frost, formed when the objects are colder than the air, it is not particularly good for plants and trees, but hoar frost is beautiful to see.
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