Time and time again, photographers prove that it’s worth it to go outside in wintry conditions. ClashIdeas recently shared another example: this sunset image of Abraham Lake in western Alberta, Canada. The bright orange and pink hues of sunset with the frozen sheets of ice on the surface make this an amazing photograph:
Abraham Lake is a man-made lake that was formed when the Bighorn Dam was constructed. The lake demonstrates a peculiar phenomenon known as frozen bubbles. Methane gas released by the decomposing flora underneath the water rises up in the form of bubbles, which are visible under the frozen ice sheets. On top of that, its blue color makes Abraham Lake a photographer’s attraction.
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