Fuzzy Dogwood Tree

An article by David Brooks on January 15, 2009


A frozen Dogwood Tree

As I went to get in my car the other day I noticed that the Dogwood tree in front of our house was “fuzzy.” Snow had fallen the night before and it covered the tree in millions of small ice crystals. For as long as I have lived around the snow I don’t think I have ever seen this before, probably because I haven’t ever paid attention before the sun had risen and melted the ice.

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