The mesmerizing forms of frost flowers can be a bit confusing if one hasn't witnessed them before. The delicate, thread like crystals form beautiful flowers. Sometimes covering entire areas with their ethereal shapes.
Frost flowers form in cold temperatures, normally after some precipitation...
. . . of a different kind.
I was intrigued by "the shape of the light," and tried to capture it with three different cameras.
The better half (aka spotter-in-chief) has put up with me for 43 years. I am blessed.
I'm still experimenting with capturing bees this year. Here are a few with the Fuji Xpro-2 and 50-230/4.5-6.7 OIS II
RAW processed in Capture One 20
My Kodak Panatomic-X film simulation SOOC
Had some time before my wife got home this afternoon so I strolled around the neighborhood. Spring is in full swing here in the desert southwest
A6000 and 70-150mm Vivitar
Be careful. Things in the desert have a lot of barbs, needles and sharp edges.