Natural landscapes: the abstractness of bubbles
ICE BUBBLES AND CRACKS, ABRAHAM LAKE, ALBERTA, CANADA
In winter, this lake, in the Canadian Rocky Mountains, is one of the most fascinating photo locales in Alberta. Spending an entire day here would be easy. These bubbles are formed by methane getting trapped as the ice continues to form downward. Pretty cool, eh?
Nikon D90, tripod, polarizing filter.
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Very very cool. I love to find the geometric patterns in nature, and this is absolutely super. I don’t often see ice, and have never seen this before. Brilliant.
I love these bubbles, this is a very interesting phenomenon !