Ryan Ranch Hoar Frost, Oregon, USA by Steve Giardini

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A few times a year during the winter freezing fog rolls into town. The moisture combined with freezing temperatures creates hoar frost that clings to everything including shrubs, trees, and grasses. The phenomenon creates some wild natural scenes. Whenever it occurs I dash to as many places as I can before the temperatures rise and melt away nature's temporary creations. This image was taken at Ryan Ranch an area along the Deschutes River just outside of Bend Oregon, USA. The image is actually one of three intended to be printed as a collection. The other two images are vertical bookends.

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