Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Champagne Snow

Under clear frosty nights in winter soft ice crystals might form on vegetation or any object that has been chilled below freezing point by radiation cooling. This deposit of ice crystals is known as hoar frost and may sometimes be so thick that it might look like snow.

Well this champagne snow is divine to ski in!  It flies up around you as you turn down the slope and sparkles like diamonds in the sun.  The best!

No comments:

Post a Comment