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Greylock Frost

Greylock Frost

Piece description from the artist

I happened upon this scene when I took a drive up Greylock Mountain to shoot a particular photograph I wanted under cloud cover. I can see the mountain from my studio and though it was sunny where I stood, I could see the top of the mountain was covered with a thick cloud. As I drove up the mountain road, it looked like it was snowing. Snow in the beginning of November is is a bit early, even for the Berkshires. Actually is was hoarfrost that was floating in a gentle breeze. Hoarfrost occurs when the air is moist (from the clouds) and the trees are colder than the air, forming very large ice crystals. It was a magical scene with green grass and snowy branches, and I have never seen this again.

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16.0" x 12.0"
archival digital photograph

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