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Frozen bubbles, Alberta, Canada

Frozen Bubbles, Abraham Lake, Alberta, Canada Bubbles trapped and frozen under a thick layer of ice creating a glass type feel to the frozen lake. Image Credit : Paul Christian Bowman - reminds me of the plates of woe from Ice Age

A photographer has captured amazing images of methane bubbles in Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada. Pictured are some methane gas bubbles underneath Vermillion Lake

Icy jellyfish? No, these strange phenomena are frozen METHANE BUBBLES trapped under a lake that can be ignited with a match

Frozen bubbles in Canadian lakes - Methane gas bubbles underneath Vermillion Lakes in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada. Normally the bubbles would break the surface but in low temperatures they freeze.

The turquoise waters of Moraine Lake nestled in the Canadian Rockies of Banff National Park, #fluffyhero9

The turquoise waters of Moraine Lake nestled in the Canadian Rockies of Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada ~ photo: Milena Boeva visit swapnarajput.

Lake Louise | Alberta, Canada beautiful in summer or winter deep up in the Rocky Mountains

a life long dream.there is still hope Lake Louise - Alberta, Canada. Stayed at the chateaux, Lake Louise, beautiful views of the lake from our room.

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Moraine Lake is a glacially-fed lake, Banff National Park - Things to see near Vancouver, Canada

Walk across & photograph Abraham Lake in Alberta, Canada. Bubbles trapped and frozen

Frozen Ice Bubbles =) Walk across & photograph Abraham Lake in Alberta, Canada. Bubbles trapped and frozen

The Cameron Falls located inside the Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta, Canada, turn red when heavy rains occur. Argolite, the red-colored sediment, causes the water to turn red.

The Cameron Falls located inside the Waterton Lakes National Park in Alberta, Canada, turn red when heavy rains occur. Argolite, the red-coloured sediment, causes the water to turn red.

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