Frozen Bubbles Abraham Lake Alberta

August 9, 2013 by  

Frozen Bubbles Abraham Lake Alberta, Abraham Lake, located at the foot of the Rocky Mountains on the North Saskatchewan River, is a little different from most other bodies of water.

For one thing, it’s man made. The lake, which is 32 kilometres long, was created in 1972, at the same time as the Bighorn Dam.

Another reason Abraham is different: each winter, methane from the bottom of the lake bubbles up as the water freezes.

The result is these incredible ice bubbles, which are frozen in place as long as the water remains solid.

Check out some of the stunning photography that various shooters have taken of the lake.

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