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Comment from: mark [Member] Email
Outstanding photos, Jon! The first one is particuarly stunning.

Mark
03/08/11 @ 17:32
Comment from: Jon [Member] Email
Thanks. Turned out that the same car often had the best frost patterns. It sat there, seemingly abandoned for a few winters, and then one sad day it was gone.

Jon
03/08/11 @ 19:16
Comment from: Gabriel [Visitor]
I'm typing with frozen fingers, just walked back indoors and it's 5ish in the am - was out walking the dog and saw these extraordinary fernlike patterns over a dark blue carhood, and it struck me because a road lamppost was flickering above it. At first I thought it was bad wax work coming through, then I stopped and ended up taking pics with my cellphone for half an hour - I had NEVER seen something so spectacular to date, had to take photos least I should be considered a visionary lol!
02/14/12 @ 23:17
Comment from: Jon [Member] Email
Hi Gabriel,

Fantastic, isn't it? Each frost pattern is unique, and once things warm up, it's gone forever. One has to photograph spectacular displays, and then wonder why?

If you post the pictures, please send the link here. I wish there was a way to post images in the comments section.

Thanks!

Jon
02/14/12 @ 23:47

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