A Visit with Jack Frost, Part 2

In Part 2 of my “Visit with Jack Frost” series, I am featuring some of the prairie plants with seedheads or berries that I captured with frost. This first image is a seedhead of the very invasive and undesired Sumac. Sumac can be extremely photogenic, especially the seedheads or the fall foliage, but it tends to overrun everything else in the praire:

Sumac seedhead with frost


And some unidentified prairie plants:

Berries with frost

Berry with frost


And one beautiful Bittersweet seedhead, sans frost (as you can see it was already in the early morning sun):

Bittersweet seedhead, with no frost


Next week, I’ll share one final post from my visit with Jack Frost :o)

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