Then when I was getting gas the auto fill thingy didn't stop when it was supposed to and ended up dumping what I'm estimating was about a dollar fifty worth of gas (so really not that much. Ha! Topical sarcasm!) on to the ground. So then my car also smelled like gas. Car wash was a must.
Part of the wash was some kind of Rain-X sealer thing at the end. So when it snowed a few days later (of course) and then more or less immediately melted there was still water in little pools all over my car. it ended up getting cold enough to frost overnight and it created some of the coolest, weirdest looking frost I've ever seen.
The trunk of my car all looked like this. These were the bigger of the puddles really. The roof and the hood of my car was covered in much smaller puddles that had some really funky frost crystals developing on and between them.
This was on the back window of my car. I like how the tinting on the window gives the edges a light blue effect.
This is a close-up of one of the bigger puddles on the trunk. I'm not saying, I'm just saying - that's a freaking cool picture in my opinion. One of the things I really like about all of these is that they look black and white, but really they're just white and grey on other grey.
This is on the hood of the car. How cool is that? It's like there were hundreds of little mohawks all over my car.
Come on. Ice crystals. Growing upward. On my car. Okay... so maybe that's really only enough explanation for me to be fascinated with it... That's fair. But the point it I was fascinated by it.
Then while I was playing around with a couple of these in Photoshop I started noticing that maybe, if I started playing around with some filters and colors, messed around with the contrast a little bit...
These could be seriously trippy.
And well... I like trippy.