Title

Dooryard. My Maine: The Snow Globe

Authors

Ken Textor

Source

Down East

Date

1-2016

Pages

34

Abstract

Ken Textor of Arrowsic, describes a weather phenonmena he has not seen before, structures that appeared to look like "winter tree feathers." Ruling out hoarfrost and "diamond dust," and not reaching a conclusion, he muses that sometimes the "poetry of a Maine winter is best left for the one or two brief readings you get in a lifetime."

Subjects

Essays, Weather, Winter, Ice crystals

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