It was a cold, dark night when I awoke to hear coyotes howling behind the barn. After making certain the barn door latch was secure, I glanced out the window and noticed snow was falling outside. But as my eyes adjusted to the moonlit sky, I soon realized it wasn't snowing at all. Instead, frost had formed on the window pane and arranged itself in fascinating patterns. As I marveled at the images, my imagination went wild. I saw fish being drawn to the water's surface, a thistle flower's seeds tossed about in the wind, an aerial view of a palm tree, and so on. Immediately, I went to my computer and typed "window frost" into a search engine. I had to know how these intriguing images were created. Initially, I found a straightforward explanation at How do "Jack Frost designs" get on windows? Then I came across a more in depth explanation at How do frost roses form on windows? It amazed me that each detailed image was a masterful work of art for which no human could be credited. Now that's a miracle!