Ice Bubbles @ Abraham Lake, Alberta, Canada (Picture by Emmanuel Coupe) - Frozen methane gas bubbles released by plants on lake bed are stacked up every winter to form these beautiful pillars of ice bubbles
Abraham Lake is an artificial lake on North Saskatchewan River in western Alberta, Canada. The lake was created in and was named for Silas Abraham, an inhabitant of the Saskatchewan River valley in the
Abraham Lake, Alberta, Canada Frozen methane gas bubbles forms during winter in the lake due to a high density of dead organic materials. Best time to visit is from December to March when the lake is most likely to be frozen.