Natural landscapes: when the winter wind blows
BLOWING SNOW AT ABRAHAM LAKE, ALBERTA
It’s windy and unbelievably slippery. But Abraham Lake, a man-made creation in the Canadian Rockies, is a mecca for photographers because of the amazing ice and the even more amazing methane-caused ice bubbles (here’s what those ice bubbles look like: https://wp.me/p2ccTX-tY). The only way to get around on the ice is to wear crampons; otherwise, you’re falling flat on your butt more times than you care to admit. Yes, that was me before I got crampons. 🙂
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