I'm Nickilas. I'd rather play dead, than play catch up, cause no one really cares all that much.
Something cool I learned about a while ago for sixpenceee since she requested more sciencey things in her tag!
A product of wind, plants, and the perfect weather conditions, frost flowers are delicate formations of wispy ice that appear on the edges of twigs and blades of grass during winter. It’s extremely rare to see them in person because of how thin they are, and even the light from the rising sun is strong enough to melt them.