Lake Baikal Ice Adventure - Nat Geo Awarded Baikal Winter Tour
Lake Baikal Ice Adventure Tour Is Awarded By National Geo. Hovercraft Across Baikal, Dog Sledding, Ice rafting and Nature picnics.
Ok, so, the ice is defying gravity! I'm STILL trying to wrap my mind around this! That is right side up and everything! How on EARTH did the ice go SIDEWAYS?! Help me out here? Anyone have any ideas? Check out that one BIIIG one in the back! Freaky! Explored Feb 9, 2007 #56 - Thanks, all!
Wind and water can build up ice feathers
We've seen frost flowers, which I do want to try to make in my freezer (since I live in a place far too warm and dry to ever get frost flowers naturally). But I'm afraid that ice feathers, or rime ice, are not as easily doable. You can see them building up on the side of water, rocks, or branches, or you can see them in this post.
Delightful Photos Illustrate the Crystalline Beauty of Frozen Soap Bubbles
New Hampshire-based artist Cheryl Johnson has been taking advantage of frigid temperatures in the Northeast United States to make frozen soap bubbles. As