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Mother Nature Does Frosty Work

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By Betsy Fausnaugh

Even though it was near zero last night mother nature was still busy making beautiful artwork in Gradyville, KY. This was some of the results done to my Pine trees. Who needs to buy flocked Christmas trees when Mother Nature does such a pretty job? -Betsy Fausnaugh


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Mother Nature does Frosty Work



2011-01-09 . Gradyville, KY. Photo by Betsy Fausnaugh
Betsy Fausnaugh asks who needs flocked Christmas trees when nature does this kind of work.

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Mother Nature does Frosty Work: Blue skies, cotton



2011-01-09 . Gradyville, KY. Photo by Betsy Fausnaugh
From below, blue skies with cottony clouds complement the tufts of cottony snow on the pine tree.

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Mother Nature does Frosty Work: A pine tree wave



2011-01-09 . Gradyville, KY. Photo by Betsy Fausnaugh
On a near zero Fahrenheit morning, Mother Nature gives her version of The Wave, using pine needles and snow, part of the ridge lines encircling the Big Creek Valley as a backdrop.

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