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GALLERY: Thick fog creates frosty mornings

Rime ice forms on Worthington landscape for pretty winter scenery.

Acreage catches the morning sun as fog begins to lift leaving rime ice-coated trees and wind towers poking through the blanket.
Acreage catches the morning sun as fog begins to lift leaving rime ice-coated trees and wind towers poking through the blanket.
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WORTHINGTON — Morning fog leaves rime ice forming over Worthington's winter scenery.

Rime ice forms when warm fog moves in on an area of cold surfaces such as trees, high lines and road surfaces.
Rime ice forms when warm fog moves in on an area of cold surfaces, such as trees, high lines and road surfaces.
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Rime ice forms frost on an acreage shelter belt west of Worthington with the faint view of wind turbines poking out of the fog. This photo was taken from Monroe Avenue as the moon set on a Saturday morning earlier this month.
Rime ice forms frost on an acreage shelterbelt west of Worthington with the faint view of wind turbines poking out of the fog. This photo was taken from Monroe Avenue as the moon set on a Saturday morning earlier this month.
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An ice-covered bush catches the morning light near Monroe Avenue, west of Worthington.
An ice-covered bush catches the morning light near Monroe Avenue, west of Worthington.
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Rime ice forms frost on the trees west of Worthington as the Lincoln-Pipestone Rural Water tower pokes out of the fog on a recent Saturday morning. This photo was taken from Monroe Avenue as the moon set.
Rime ice forms frost on the trees west of Worthington as the Lincoln-Pipestone Rural Water tower pokes out of the fog on a recent Saturday morning. This photo was taken from Monroe Avenue as the moon set.
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Trees edged in rime ice are bathed in the morning sunshine on a recent Saturday morning along Palm Avenue and 230th Street in rural Worthington.
Trees edged in rime ice are bathed in the morning sunshine on a recent Saturday morning along Palm Avenue and 230th Street in rural Worthington.
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Pheasants fly into a farm shelterbelt coated in rime ice on a recent Saturday morning along 230th Street, north of Worthington.
Pheasants fly into a farm shelterbelt coated in rime ice on a recent Saturday morning along 230th Street, north of Worthington.
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Freedom Park is coated in frosty rime ice on the banks of Lake Okabena in Worthington.
Freedom Park is coated in frosty rime ice on the banks of Lake Okabena in Worthington.
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Rime ice-coated trees poke through the fog as morning sunlight warms the air on a recent Saturday morning northwest of Worthington.
Rime ice-coated trees poke through the fog as morning sunlight warms the air on a recent Saturday morning northwest of Worthington.
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Tim Middagh joined The Globe in the fall of 2015 as the newspaper's full-time photographer. A native of Worthington, he enjoys taking nature and wildlife photos.
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