I spotted this long-abandoned Chevy wagon when I stopped in Petersburg, ND while driving through the state on Christmas Day two years ago. The day was bitterly cold but there was enough moisture in the air to form a hoarfrost that thickly coated vegetation in the city and for miles surrounding it. That same moisture made for an almost surreal setting as we drove through sometimes dense fog and otherwise very low clouds — every bit of vegetation coated in ice (hoarfrost actually will form on any object that has been chilled below freezing). This is my first entry in Cee’s Black & White Challenge. I hope you enjoy my contribution to this week’s subject Cars, Trucks, Motorcycles.
Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Cars (Chevy Wagon on Ice)Posted: January 1, 2014 in Black & White, Creativity, Ice, Nature, Nature Photography, North Dakota, Photography, Places, Weather, Winter
Tags: black and white, Black and White photography, Cee’s Black & White Challenge, chevy, frost, hoar frost, Hoarfrost, ice, ND, Petersburg, white frost