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Frost Ferns

Frost Ferns

These “leaves” are about as big as your thumbnail.

Coal Creek, Lafayette CO

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P.S. It looks like this post never got published. This was scheduled for 12/20/2013. Oh well, better late than never.

Red Rock Lake

Red Rock Lake

It was 50 degrees when I left home. I was hoping to get some pictures with reflections on the lakes. I hadn’t really thought this through. This is at 10160 ft elevation. It is ice skating weather up here.

Mount Audobon in the background.

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Hidden Complexity

Hidden Complexity

On the surface, a frozen creek is a simple sheet of icy whiteness. Beneath the surface, however, a complex network of icicles is formed by the micro climate created between the ice and the stream.

One never know what is lurking behind slick facades.

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