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After being covered with frost the warming sun melts the frost forming crystal clear droplets of water as part of the cycle of life.
Frost is the solid deposition of water vapor from humid air. It is formed when the temperature of solid surfaces are below the freezing point of water and also below the frost point. Frost's crystals size differs depending on time and the amount of water vapor available. Frost crystals are translucent, but scatter light in many directions so that a coating of frost appears white.
If a solid surface is chilled below the dew point of the surrounding air and the surface itself is colder than freezing, frost will form on the surface. Frost consists of spicules of ice which grow out from the solid surface. The size of the crystals depends on time, temperature, and the amount of water vapor available. Based on wind direction, "frost arrows" might form. This image was captured in Fruita, Mesa County, Colorado
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January 29th, 2013
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