Ice Fairies

It’s starting to get colder here in Seattle. December, which is supposed to be the rainiest month of the year, saw hardly any rain at all. The past weeks have seen a dramatic increase in rain and temperatures are finally getting colder too.

I was walking out of the house with my mom the other day when I saw what I thought was cotton on the ground in our garden. But that didn’t make sense because the only cottonwood tree that was near us was cut down two summers ago due to the beavers eating it and our neighbor’s concern it was going to fall on their dock. So I bent closer to see what it was that was on the ground… this is the amazing sight I saw that day:

It is hard to explain what they really are. All I know is that it was very cold that morning and there was a frost on the ground. They look like magic to me.

Until soon,
Maggie B

3 thoughts on “Ice Fairies

  1. Bill says:

    Hi Brooke,
    These ice formations covered Bear Lake in Utah in the Winter, thousands of them. I had never seen them before then. Reminded me of Jelly fish fins. Wish I would have take a picture.

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