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Cold and heat by oscarps

Sometimes the ice looks blue. The white light of the Sun is actually made up of a mixture of colors, from red to violet, as seen when a ray of light is passed through a glass prism or in the rainbow. The bluer waves of light have more energy than the yellow ones or the red ones. The snow is white because all the light that comes to it is reflected in a very thin layer that is on its surface.

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  1. Very informative Oscar, and there is nothing quite like those shades of green, purple and blue in them. We used to have huge ice sickles hanging off of bluffs in Arkansas. This reminds me of them. Great shots.

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