How frost forms…

No, I don’t have the answer. Not a clue. But I was fascinated, getting into my car and heading to the office one cold morning, to see that frost had formed so drastically differently on my car’s metal roof versus the glass sunroof.

I mean, think about it: nobody paints frost onto everything, (though these photos sure make it look like they do).  I guess I could understand that water, in the form of condensation, could accumulate differently on different materials, and then freeze differently.  Keep in mind these two, relatively flat surfaces are right next to each other in the exact same environmental conditions. But these complex and beautiful patterns look like someone intelligently and intentionally created them as art.  How could something like this happen randomly, without a Creator to set up the rules?

Frost on metal car roof

Frost on metal car roof

Frost on glass sunroof

Frost on glass sunroof

I took these photos with my iPhone 4S.

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2 thoughts on “How frost forms…

    • Thank you so much! I’m glad someone finds my interests… Interesting. He he! As a writer, I’m always checking myself: “Is this something most people would find interesting?” Because just because we find something fascinating doesn’t mean everyone else does.
      I’ll look at the link you posted. Have a good one!

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