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Kentucky Color: Clam Shell Frost Flower near Crocus Creek

2013-11-28 - Amandaville, Cumberland Co., KY - Photo by Billy Joe Fudge, Retired District Forester, KY State Division of Forestry.
"I call this a Clam Shell Frost Flower," writes Billy Joe Fudge. "As you can see, the weed has been broken off, causing the water vapor to spew up and out in a fairly uniform fashion." The natural phenomenon was photographed on Wednesday, December 16, 2009, on Hopewell Acres, the Chattin and Libby Chowning farm now owned by their sons, Joe Chat and John Chowning. CM file photo which set off Intense Interest in Frost Flowers. 2009-12-17 - Chowning Farm, Amandaville, Cumberland Co., KY - Photo by Billy Joe Fudge.

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