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First Adair Co., KY, Frost Flowers 2010 reported: Pinnates

2010-11-29 - Photo by Rita Partin. Bliss RD, District 4, Adair Co., KY
"Possibly the first of the season!" Gary Partin writes. "Rita Partin captured this photograph of frost flowers along Bliss Road, in Adair Co., KY, Sunday morning November 28, 2010." Indeed, they are the first Frost Flowers reported to CM from Adair Co., KY, and have manifested themselves sometime before or after Billy Fudge reported the first Amandaville, Cumberland Co., KY crop. Clicking Readmore accesses a Kentucky Color story on that phenomenon.

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