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Rime ice forms when we have high humidity at temperatures around
freezing point - and it looks *so* pretty!
27th Jun 2006, 01:39  


silar31 says:

Oh. that's lovely. A certain red-haired moblogging geophysicist sent me a Christmas card last year with a sign showing the distance from there to various cities - London, Aukland, etc, covered with rime ice. Very beautiful.

27th Jun 2006, 03:00

Caine says:

Beautiful shots! I particularly like the bottom shot - it's oddly ethereal. Industrial lace.

27th Jun 2006, 03:25

paintist says:

does it mean there is no breeze? these are goregeous pics..

27th Jun 2006, 06:17

Geodyne says:

Lovely, and the colours in the sky are amazing. I particularly like the top shot.

Paintist - I've still seen these form when there's a breeze, so long as there isn't a howling gale.

27th Jun 2006, 07:37

Euphro says:

Wow, that's quite a bit more impressive than anything I took :)

5th Aug 2006, 23:18

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