nature, Photography It’s Not a Lake May 3, 2022 Lynette d'Arty-Cross 6 Comments Well, under all the ice it is, but right now not so much. Soon. Happy Tuesday. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
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What a beautiful picture, even with all that ice. I wonder how long it’ll take for it to melt.
Once it gets going, it will be fast. I took this photo a week ago and the ice now has slush on its surface because the sun has been shining on it for about 15 hours a day. We will soon have about 22 hours of daylight and that will be the end of the ice!
This is such a bad time for animals (and people) to step out onto the ice. Great picture though.
Thank you very much.
Oh yes, agreed. The lake now has a slushy surface (we’ve had lots of sun and the days are becoming ever longer), so the ice will melt quickly. Very dangerous.
A lovely photo but give me a chill. Is that ice?
Thank you very much. Yes, that’s ice, still on the surface of the world’s 10th largest lake. I work in the north (62° N. latitude) so we get cold long winters and very long daylight hours in spring and summer (we will reach 22 hours of daylight soon). I took this picture a week ago but the ice has started melting quickly now since our weather has been very sunny.