Sometimes, when conditions are just right, frost crystals grow out from everything like spikes. Occasionally on a lucky morning you can catch them, having formed overnight on a nearby fence or some trees. But yesterday, this frost, generally known as hoarfrost, formed on everything and lasted most of the day. We went up to Cambridge that day, and all the way up we were surrounded by a white wonderland beyond what you even see after a heavy snow.
When this effect is applied across the entire landscape, it is strikingly beautiful.
The hoarfrost lasted for a few hours, but by the time we were driving home it was gone. It lasting this long is quite rare, I have never seen it last into the day or cover everything to this extent, and neither had my parents.