Abraham Lake, Elliott Peak, Alberta, Canada

Due to the lack of snow fall in this area the surface of the lake was left uncovered freezing the bubbles created from gas being released from the lake bed which were trapped below it’s frozen surfaces.

(Source: throughascientificlens, via cequi)

This post is posted on Tuesday 26 June 2012.
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