Around this time of year, there is a natural phenomena called “Frost Flowers” that occurs in the field beside our house. According to Wikipedia, it is “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.”
The frost flowers are so pretty and delicate and I wanted to share a few photos with you.
I also took a few macro shots using my iPhone and Olloclip lens.