As the girls and I get to know our neighborhood, we’re learning to appreciate it’s every aspect more each day. The past couple of weeks have been gorgeous, with frozen fog in the morning, giving way to bright winter sunshine in the afternoon. When we lived in Idaho, winter ‘fog’ usually heralded the arrival of the dreaded, toxic soup of stagnant air known as an inversion. Here in Aloha, the moisture in the air gives us a spectacular view of the magic of hoar frost.
This morning, I couldn’t help but snap a few photos and share them. Even the most ordinary neighborhood sparkles like a fairyland with frost like this:
And even the most mundane objects can look like they belong in outer space (the lines with some of the biggest spikes are spiderwebs):