Stunning frozen waves of Lake Michigan show the brutal power of nature

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THE LIGHTHOUSES on Lake Michigan are barely recognisable as spectacular frozen ice formations turn the constructions into incredible sculptural forms.Photographer Tom Gill has been documenting the ice formations on the lighthouses of southern Lake Michigan for many years, and even though he doesn’t care much for cold weather, he looks forward to the winter when the ice forms.
Though the risky walk to the lighthouse isn’t one for the faint of heart as the pier is covered in a layer of ice.  Most of the way was slow going, but the walk next to the inner light was the most difficult.
The above is only an excerpt from an article at News March 15, 2013 2:00PM.
To see more Awesome pictures and read the full  article go to
http://www.news.com.au/travel/news/stunning-frozen-waves-of-lake-michigan-show-sheer-force-of-nature/story-e6frfq80-1226596641137?from=public_rss
EDIT Jan. 8/14. To see more awesome pictures go to https://saltyme.wordpress.com/2014/01/07/frozen-in-time-michigan-lighthouses-transformed-into-stunning-giant-icicles-after-being-frozen-solid-by-storm/

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4 responses to “Stunning frozen waves of Lake Michigan show the brutal power of nature”

  1. Martijn says :

    Nice pictures.
    That looks somewhat similar to that place in Siberia, the coldest inhabited place in the world.

  2. roberta4949 says :

    that looks like the abominal snowmans hair has crytalized from ice, lol, really neat looking ice sculpture. by the way I am faint of heart and probably wouldn’t have walked up to this for fear of slidding into the water. yikes!!

    • Salty says :

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      Thanks for commenting roberta4949. I’m with you, I wouldn’t go walking around there either! My balance is bad and I hate slipping & sliding.

      The pic above reminds me of some kind of Medusa monster.

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