Ghost Apples Phenomenon

These photos from the Fruit Ridge area of Kenty County in Michigan show a very unusual sight.

These ghost apples are totally natural and not edited in any way.

an apple coated in a layer of ice from a frosty winter

Ghost apples are made during a harsh winter where rain is driven by winds onto a rotting apple.

The rain freezes on the apple to coat it in a layer of ice.

Eventually, the rotten apple falls through the bottom and you’re left with a ghost apple.

A rare and beautiful occurrence.

a glove holding a ghost apple

Photos credit from Woodtv8 group.

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