Abraham Lake recently become world famous. Especially his fond of, of course, photographers. Artificial pond in the foothills of the Canadian Rockies has riveted the attention of the public, thanks to a very unusual phenomenon…
What kind of bubbles beneath the ice? This is believed to methane gas from decomposing organic organisms rises from the bottom of a lake surface. Due to the fact that in the upper layers of the water temperature drops significantly, methane freezes and turns to such surprising here bubbles.
To see this beauty can only be the case if the lake is not covered with snow.
Beauty, however, requires sacrifice. How to tell the photographers, the movement on the lake – not for the faint of heart. Despite the ice thickness (8-10 cm), look down really is not very nice. To view awesome dark depths of the lake under your feet, you can add chilling ice cracked, echoing sounds coming from beneath the surface of the pond. In addition, the lake is usually very slippery, cold (-25 C and below) and windy.