Ice bubbles, Abraham Lake, at the foot of the Rocky Mountains in Canada. The rare phenomenon occurs each winter in the man-made lake, as the plants on the lake bed release methane gas, which freezes as it comes closer to the cold lake surface.
Frozen in time: Attractive patterns made of ice in stagnant pools of water and a solidified stream
Frozen bubbles in Canadian lakes - Methane gas bubbles underneath Vermillion Lakes in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada. Normally the bubbles would break the surface but in low temperatures they freeze.
A frozen ice pear! - from an iceberg to a single icicle droplet - I love the extent of activity in this one drop: abstraction, reflection, and the way it contorts the image behind, all giving it its aspect of abstraction
The Northern Lake Baikal is famous for it’s unnatural beauty. During the winter, the turquoise Ice cubes are formatted on the top of the lake. Located in Siberia, the Baikal lake creates these stunning turquoise ice cubes.
This reminds me of one red rose I had blooming out of 3 feet of snow by my lamp post when I lived on Long Island.My grandma always said it meant something -) It didn't have any frost on it tho.it was a fresh red rose -)