Breathtaking frost flowers appear on Xinjiang’s Bosten Lake

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Rare frost flowers recently appeared on the icy surface of Bosten Lake in northwest China’s #Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region, transforming the region’s largest lake into a gleaming meadow of white.

The breathtaking landscape was formed by a sudden, sharp drop in temperature, causing the cooled saturated water vapor to condense on the lake’s icy surface. As the frost accumulated and thickened, flower-shaped ice crystals were formed.

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