Behold the ‘Snow Monsters’ of Japan
by Mike Richard | February, 2011
Ghostly trees covered in snow and rime ice — known as “snow monsters” or juhyou (frost-covered trees) in Japanese — are a celebrated feature of the winter landscape in mountainous areas of northern Japan.
Pure awesome. More photos via Pink Tentacle.
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Vagabondish founding editor, Mike Richard, is a Rhode Island native, professional web designer and travel junkie with an unhealthy addiction to backpacking, hiking and seeing the world. He enjoys knit hats, small, declarative sentences and speaking in the third person. His professional credits include "Woman's World magazine contributor" and having once been interviewed by Tyra Banks (seriously).