It is as beautiful as it is rare. A frost flower is created on autumn or early winter mornings when ice in extremely thin layers is pushed out from the stems of plants or occasionally wood. This extrusion creates wonderful patterns which curl and fold into gorgeous frozen petioles giving this phenomenon both its name and its appearance.
Frost Flowers Frost flowers, also known as ice ribbons, are common in the arctic region of the ocean, but extremely rare when they occur on land by a plant. Only several species of plants can produce these extremely beautiful, yet sadly temporary spectacles.
Pink glaciers...they are really pink
Fragile and fleeting little gem. Closeup image of the "snowflake", works of art by nature produce
Beautiful winter lake
Freezing fog created these icy decorations on a cobweb