Ice stacking? Do you know what it is? And have you ever witnessed it?
On February 13, 2016, photographer, Dawn M. LaPointe of Duluth’s Radiant Spirit Gallery, captured ice stacking in its full glory on Lake Superior. You will be left awe-struck by the strength and beauty of nature in motion. Check it out below:
Ice stacking happens when high, bitterly cold winds forcefully push sheets of surface ice into a shoreline. The finish product looks like broken shards of glass. To capture this amazing footage is rare. Special thanks to the photographer – Dawn M. LaPointe of Duluth’s Radiant Spirit Gallery – for being at the right place at the right time.
Video credit: RadiantSpiritGallery | Youtube