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Old Jan 15, 2003, 9:26 PM   #1
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Actually the snow covered trees are not snow covered. There was a fog the evening after the snow. The fog then freezes on the branches totally enclosing them in white until the sun burns the light layer off of frozen fog off.
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Old Jan 15, 2003, 9:29 PM   #2
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very nice. t.f.s.
I think this "fog -layer" would look pretty cool in an early morning shot with the sun showing all the sparkles. I shot a backlit weeping willow once, backlit, every inch frozen, and it looked like a giant spiderweb.
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Old Jan 15, 2003, 10:31 PM   #3
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In the spring we get ice storms that sparkle that way. The fog always freezes white for some reason (and is rarer than the ice). The ice does look so magical when it happens. But to me it means work. I have many low hanging branches here. The pheasants and quail take shelter under them. If I do not break the ice off them so they can get out, they suffocate. Of course the quail do not appreciate me. The covey just takes off in my face. And I end up on my butt trying to figure out what just happened.
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