Frozen Surface Of Lake Superior Crashes Endlessly Into Mountains Of Glasslike Shards

The serene and frozen Lake Superior caused a massive ice pile-up along the shores of Duluth, Minnesota this February. The solid surface broke into layers of icy wreckage as big as ¼ inch to 3 inches thick. The captivating phenomena was filmed by Dawn LaPointe of Radiant Spirit Gallery who managed to capture several different angles of the ice clash.

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