Polar Vortex Leaves ‘Ghost Apples’ Hanging From Michigan Trees

Even if temporarily, the polar vortex has completely reshaped the face of the United States. But while some are having huge problems while dealing with the cold, others are having fun. And not just surfers. Farm manager Andrew Sietsema was pruning apple trees in an icy orchard in western Michigan when he stumbled upon a rare phenomenon dubbed ‘ghost apples.’

“When I pruned the tree it would be shaken in the process, and the mush would slip out of the bottom of the ‘ghost apple,’” Andrew told Bored Panda. “Most apples just fell off, ice and all. But quite a few

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