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A Garden of Frost Flowers on Holmes Bend Road

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Susan Minton writes:
Enjoy the secret garden of Frost "Flowers". Located on Holmes Bend Road on the way to Green River Lake. Pass the entrance to the Campground (on right) and look in the valley at the end of the tree line (on the left). Easily seen from the road, but a 15-20 ft walk from your car will put you in the middle of nature's wonderland. Too amazing to miss. (Still seen at 1:00 today.) --Susan



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A Garden of Frost Flowers on Holmes Bend Road



2014-11-14 - Holmes Bend Rd. - Photo by Susan Minton. Susan writes, "Enjoy the secret garden of Frost Flowers. Located on Holmes Bend Road on the way to Green River Lake. Pass the entrance to the Campground (on right) and look in the valley at the end of the tree line (on the left). Easily seen from the road, but a 15-20 ft walk from your car will put you in the middle of nature's wonderland. Too amazing to miss. (Still seen at 1:00 today.)"
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Close up of the Inside of a Frost Flower



2014-11-14 - Holmes Bend Rd. - Photo by Susan Minton.
A Coffee Cup, maybe an Ice Chalice This unusual shape for a Frost Flower is one of many at the field found today by Susan Minton near the Holmes Bend, Green River Lake.

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Frost Flowers: Field found by Susan Minton



2014-11-14 - Holmes Bend Rd. - Photo by Susan Minton.
Ice Men? Frozen Giant chess pieces? Ice ogres?
These frost flowers found and photographed by Susan Minton have an android appearance. The secret frost flower field was discovered by Minton today near Green River Lake at Holmes Bend.

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