18 Jan 19 A few yards from where I took the image with the fog and god rays and shared yesterday Jan found a few fallen branches with a lot of white stuff sticking out of them. She immediately recognized the white stuff as ice crystals but it didn't connect for me until today when I was working up a few images. I thought it would make for a good macro/close-up candidate so that's what I'm sharing today. You'll need to zoom in to at least 50%, preferably 100%, to really get an appreciation for this hair like ice. It made for a couple really nice creative images, one I might even print and frame, but you need to see the real thing as making anything creative "destroys" the filamentous structure of the frozen water.
This is straight from the camera save for some small amount of cropping for presentation. Explosion Nikon D500; 18 - 200; Aperture Priority; ISO 400; 1/320 @ f / 9