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"Lake Baikal in eastern Siberia is the oldest freshwater lake on Earth, and one of the largest and deepest, containing around one-fifth of the world's freshwater. In winter, it freezes over, and these beautiful transparent, turquoise masses of broken ice appear momentarily in March, caused by the unequal structure, temperature and pressure in the main body of the packed ice."

"Lake Baikal in eastern Siberia is the oldest freshwater lake on Earth, and one of the largest and deepest, containing around one-fifth of the world's freshwater. In winter, it freezes over, and these beautiful transparent, turquoise masses of broken ice appear momentarily in March, caused by the unequal structure, temperature and pressure in the main body of the packed ice."

Versoix, Switzerland The small town at the lake of Geneva experienced an over night fluke on February 2012 freezing rain storm along with strong winds that caused a spray of icey water from the lake onto verhicles and things nearby.

Called “Mother Nature in Tears,” photographer Michael Nolan shot this amazing image while touring the largest icecap in Norway.

Called “Mother Nature in Tears,” photographer Michael Nolan shot this amazing image while touring the largest icecap in Norway.

Striped icebergs occur when layers freeze without air bubbles, or with algae or other sediments in the ice.

Striped icebergs occur when layers freeze without air bubbles, or with algae or other sediments in the ice.

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