It has been a snowy and cool winter here in Nashville, and it kind of reminds me of my time in Boston. But, down here, there is a lot more open fields and natural walkways along creeks and rivers than in Boston, so it is easier to enjoy the natural winter splendor in Nashville than in Boston. One of nature's beautiful winter gift are frost ribbons in fields of mature grasses. Take a look the beautiful frost ribbon above. The frost is so thin and delicate, it breaks into small icy shards when I tried to pick it up. December 2010 was the 1st time I have ever seen this type of thing before. Have you seen this? Have you grown up with this? If so, drop me a line in comments or emails and let me know how nature makes this pretty frost ribbon.