Frozen Air Bubbles

   Frozen Air Bubbles, Canada

Abraham Lake on the North Saskatchewan River in Alberta, Canada, is home to a rare phenomenon where “ice bubbles” form just beneath the water’s surface. These are formed by plants on the lake bed releasing methane gas, which freezes as it nears the surface. During the cold winter, these bubbles stack up, making beautiful patterns beneath the ice.


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