Across the street from our school is a water tower and a hydrant that was left misting. You can see the ice on the grass below the hydrant. The amazing thing about this ice is that this is a late afternoon picture, not a morning picture.
The high yesterday was in the 30's so this ice never melted.
That is pretty weird for these parts.
Below, a close-up view of our grass-cicles.
This morning backyard thermometers are registering 14 degrees. Records were set and you may be paying a bit more for your winter veggies if agricultural areas south of here were frozen too.
The frosty collage above is a collection of crystals on my JEEP and in the waterfolly koi pond. The focus is a bit soft as it was early in the day with little ambient light.
The deer that died in the front PFHQ forest has progressed to what you see in the picture above. We first met this deer in late 2008 when it wandered into the yard with a mortal wound from a hunter who failed the clean kill test.
It doesn't smell anymore so Bear has lost interest.