Hoar Frost Winter Wonderland
“Walking in a winter wonderland of azure skies and frosty glazed trees cheers the spirit and makes one glad to be alive.” – Heather Sinton. This is a photo of trees covered with hoarfrost, a type of feathery frost that forms as a result of specific climatic conditions. Ideal conditions for hoarfrost to form are cold, clear nights, with light humid air currents. Against a blue sky, hoarfrost is one of the most beautiful gifts that winter in Canada can bestow…well worth venturing out in cold weather! This blank card is perfect for sending to friends and family who love Canadian scenery. The price includes postage within the continental U.S. and Canada. There will be an additional postage cost for other destinations.