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Subject:  The crystallofolia is blooming. Date:  12/6/2012  9:48 AM
Author:  PucksFool Number:  46651 of 120552

According to Wikipedia:
A frost flower is a name commonly given to a condition in which thin layers of ice are extruded from long-stemmed plants in autumn or early winter. The thin layers of ice are often formed into exquisite patterns that curl into "petals" that resemble flowers.

They've been very photogenic this year.

PF (X-posted at Photography board)
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