Your hoar frost photo submissions from the week

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Gracyn Cole captures the falling frost from trees in Lincoln Park along the Greenway Thursday in Grand Forks.
Eric Hylden/Grand Forks Herald
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Trees and bushes around the Greater Grand Forks region have been covered in hoar frost this week, making for some beautiful scenery. We asked Herald readers to submit their own photos to share on our social media pages and through email and now we are here to share them with you.

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