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Winter in Saskatchewan can be harsh but also creates some of the most beautiful sights in the province. This photograph is of hoar frost, a phenomenon that frequents Saskatchewan. Hoar frost occurs when soft ice crystals form on an object that is cooled below the freezing mark. Once water vapour in the below-freezing air condenses, it turns directly to ice when cooled on contact with these cooled surfaces. Hoar frost makes …
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