Winter in Idaho – Frozen Fog
We have had an amazing frozen fog filled few days here in Rexburg, Idaho. Frozen fog is pretty rare, and only occurs when it is very very cold with no wind. Then ice crystals accumulate on anything and everything, and the results is a frost filled world! I love frozen fog, and even though it was 15 below zero my little family went out for an adventure to capture all of winter and it’s beauty.
Another thing that you’ll find interesting is that most of these images are hardly edited, which is different from my usual style. They didn’t need it! The images don’t do it any kind of justice. The whole world becomes frozen over in white, the air is still, and it seems fake! I hope you enjoy all the ice crystals, scenes, and close ups of what I got from all this frozen fog we have been getting. It makes winter worth it.
It’s even more rare to get sunlight and frozen fog/frost because the sun melts it all off! I ran out to shoot while I knew I could.
This is of Storm Lake with it’s frozen lake and lots of fog.
Straight out of my camera. Beautiful isn’t it?
I love the little ice shards that fell one evening!
For some reason this image mesmerizes me, I can’t stop looking at it!
Idaho has beautiful hidden places.
Straight out of my camera. Love the frost!!
Shadows in the winter are always beautiful as well.
More ice shards.
If you look close you can see a bunch of snowflakes!
I love when the big cotton ball snowflakes fall too, and with the sun it was incredible! Skipped class for this photo =D
Straight out of my camera except the black and white. A lone tree on the side of Storm Lake.
The leaves that were still here looked lovely with the frost.
Even the pine trees got covered!
At Monkey Rock, the ice crystals that formed on the warm water were so beautiful!