Low temperatures and more characteristic winter weather have turned parts of Lake Michigan into a frozen lunar landscape – perfect for some chilly but scenic photography.

From Michigan Live:

“What a difference one year can make.

Last year Lake Michigan was nearly ice-free. But cold weather in 2013 has brought a return to the ice formations typical to West Michigan’s winter shoreline.”

Visit the link above for a great gallery of scenic shots from the frozen lakefront.

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Lake levels continue to reach record highs or near-record highs across the basin. What problems does this cause?

🌊 Coastal erosion
🌊 Flooding
🌊 Infrastructure damage
🌊 Economic loss

Learn more—Great Lakes Quarterly Climate Impacts & Outlook report: https://mrcc.illinois.edu/pubs/docs/GL-2020Winter_Final.pdf

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