Frost in Wichita

We woke up January 13 inside a black and white Ansel Adams photo. Wichita was covered with hoarfrost: (an unfortunate name) fernlike ice crystals directly deposited on snow, ice or already frozen surfaces (from Wikipedia).

To see more, visit my flickr account.

Arch at Oak ParkThe arch at Oak ParkTrees at Oak ParkOak Park treesTree on the riverEdge of the Arkansas RiverFrost on branchesHoarfrost on a tree branch

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2 thoughts on “Frost in Wichita

  1. Thanks for posting these. I wanted to go to Oak Park, but after I was done at Botanica I couldn’t even feel my fingertips and I felt quite done.

    1. Yeah, I didn’t think it was as cold as it really was…until I had been out there for a while. Didn’t help that I stepped through ice into slushy mud!

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