Lac Abraham

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En hiver, le lac artificiel Abraham (Canada) se constelle de milliers de bulles de méthanes qui gèlent à l’approche de la surface et se cristallisent sous la glace. Elles émanent de la végétation qui couvre le fond du lac.

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

Incredible images of ice bubbles, Abraham Lake, Canada - 28 Jan 2013

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Paul Zizka, 35, tracked down the natural phenomenon, which he photographed at Lake Minnewanka, the Vermillion Lake and Abraham Lake

Icy jellyfish? No, these strange phenomena are frozen METHANE BUBBLES

Ice bubbles at Vermilion Lakes, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada, by Paul Zizka

Frozen air-bubbles at Abraham lake which is a huge artificial lake in Western Alberta, Canada.

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

Le lac Abraham est un lac artificiel au nord de la rivière Saskatchewan dans l’ouest de l’Alberta, au Canada. L’hiver, le lac glacé capture les bulles d’air sous la surface et propose des tableaux inédits.

Les Bulles du Lac Abraham – Chip Phillips

Les bulles gelées du lac Abraham en Alberta, au Canada.

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Lac Abraham, Canada

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.

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Frozen Bubbles, Abraham Lake, Alberta, Canada Bubbles trapped and frozen under a thick layer of ice creating a glass type feel to the frozen lake - photo by Paul Christian Bowman