Gorgeous photos show blue colored ice stacks on Great Lakes in Mackinaw City, MI


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Just a few more drums into the lake, and I’ll finally be rid of all this crap…

(pretend that isn’t money in the drums.)


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Fresh water is not only beautiful, but also potable and important in the future of America, fracker.


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I read you.


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gorgeous!


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I’d look at the gallery, but any form of Facebook gives me the willies.


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For those curious about why it is blue, it froze or compacted in such a way that the ice crystals are coarser/larger, without the usual air-bubbles. So just as other water, the wavelengths other than blue are absorbed.


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I don’t think there’s any season when Mackinaw isn’t beautiful.

You see this a lot on Lake Superior too.


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A different Lake Superior ice…


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