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Frost of the new year

The few days surrounding New Year's were covered with frost in the Jamestown area.

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Frost forms on a tire in an odd fashion.
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A garden shed is dwarfed by the tall frosted evergreen trees in southeast Jamestown.
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The fine details on these tree branches stand out with frost and the clear blue sky.
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The bridge at Jamestown Reservoir has a different appearance with the white background in this winter scene.
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A wooden sign at the Jamestown Reservoir appears to be hunkering down in the cold under the canopy of frosted spruce trees.
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A sign stands out among frost-covered trees and branches in northeast Jamestown.
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This spruce tree's jagged edge is outlined against the contrasting blue sky.
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