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Frosty new year

Jan 5, 2018 Photos by Steve Peck

Trees in a Riverton park sparkled with the dazzling winter phenomenon called hoarfrost, which inundated the Riverton Valley this week, peaking on Wednesday. ...


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Trees in a Riverton park sparkled with the dazzling winter phenomenon called hoarfrost, which inundated the Riverton Valley this week, peaking on Wednesday. Hoarfrost is not snowfall but a heavy coating of frost crystals formed when low-lying fog makes contact with sub-freezing surfaces.

Trees in a Riverton park sparkled with the dazzling winter phenomenon called hoarfrost, which inundated the Riverton Valley this week, peaking on Wednesday. Hoarfrost is not snowfall but a heavy coating of frost crystals formed when low-lying fog makes contact with sub-freezing surfaces.


Trees in a Riverton park sparkled with the dazzling winter phenomenon called hoarfrost, which inundated the Riverton Valley this week, peaking on Wednesday. Hoarfrost is not snowfall but a heavy coating of frost crystals formed when low-lying fog makes contact with sub-freezing surfaces.

Trees in a Riverton park sparkled with the dazzling winter phenomenon called hoarfrost, which inundated the Riverton Valley this week, peaking on Wednesday. Hoarfrost is not snowfall but a heavy coating of frost crystals formed when low-lying fog makes contact with sub-freezing surfaces.

Trees in a Riverton park sparkled with the dazzling winter phenomenon called hoarfrost, which inundated the Riverton Valley this week, peaking on Wednesday. Hoarfrost is not snowfall but a heavy coating of frost crystals formed when low-lying fog makes contact with sub-freezing surfaces.

Trees in a Riverton park sparkled with the dazzling winter phenomenon called hoarfrost, which inundated the Riverton Valley this week, peaking on Wednesday. Hoarfrost is not snowfall but a heavy coating of frost crystals formed when low-lying fog makes contact with sub-freezing surfaces.


Trees in a Riverton park sparkled with the dazzling winter phenomenon called hoarfrost, which inundated the Riverton Valley this week, peaking on Wednesday. Hoarfrost is not snowfall but a heavy coating of frost crystals formed when low-lying fog makes contact with sub-freezing surfaces.

Trees in a Riverton park sparkled with the dazzling winter phenomenon called hoarfrost, which inundated the Riverton Valley this week, peaking on Wednesday. Hoarfrost is not snowfall but a heavy coating of frost crystals formed when low-lying fog makes contact with sub-freezing surfaces.

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