Welcome to my P.L.A.Y. project:
Snowflakes & Cool Crystals
First post in this series is <HERE>.
I continue to P.L.A.Y. in nature whenever the “white stuff” appears out my window.
More observations and snapshots from my front steps as I continue to work on getting “clearer close-ups”:
Quite often the snowflakes do not have their 6 sides intact by the time they reach the ground and yet they are still simply beautiful!
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Join me in this P.L.A.Y. project by diving deeper into the snowdrifts of snowflake books including this biography designed to hold the attention of a mature reader and yet some of the fun facts can be pulled out to share around the dinner table and engage all with a lead in of “Did you know?”.
The Snowflake Man: A Biography of Wilson A. Bentley
by Duncan C. Blanchard
Duncan Blanchard spent decades of his time chasing down the ghost of Wilson Bentley as he was fascinated by his work in water wonders of the atmosphere – both raindrops, dew, clouds and frost, and of course snowflakes. Duncan himself was an atmospheric scientist at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution on Cape Cod, MA in the 1960’s and had an appreciation for the work Bentley had done in the late 1800’s. After countless hours interviewing folks, researching in libraries, and putting together the pieces of this interesting biographical account Duncan finely published his book in 1998. *Over 200 pages of text, sources, and photos are included.