With the unusually warm winter we have had so far in the Upper Peninsula, Lake Superior has not started to freeze yet and the shoreline still had open water with minimal ice build up. The ice that had started to form made for spectacular structures and interesting arrangements. As the water crashed on the shore and picked up sand some interesting formations were created like the image below.
In addition to the sand and ice formations, on the rock surfaces there were bubble like ice formations. These were really interesting to look at. I am still unsure of how they formed. Check out the following image to see what I mean.
I had a great time getting out and getting to spend some time with my camera. Check out the rest of the album: Lake Superior New Year