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.)


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


I read you.




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


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.


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

You see this a lot on Lake Superior too.


A different Lake Superior ice…

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