Deep Cracks

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    the BBC has used this photos for an educational web page that puts poetry to visual images. Go to...

    and at the bottom of the page click on Grace Nichols: Hurricane Hits England. There you will see my photo of the Frozen Lake

    Giant Ginkgo, Jonathan Abraham, and 13 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. photos by Alex Bershaw 99 months ago | reply

      How much of the lake is frozen?

    2. MOEVIEW is Aaron Molina 99 months ago | reply

      As far as I can see. I bet at least 15 to 20 miles out. Scary to walk on. Check out this video. It makes amazing sounds.

    3. photos by Alex Bershaw 99 months ago | reply

      That's pretty crazy, dude!!

    4. matthew.gutowski 99 months ago | reply

      This is a great shot!

    5. happy fish 99 months ago | reply

      This is a cool shot. Being on frozen lakes is very trippy. Especially when it twangs! Thanks for the picture Moeview.

    6. kyber 99 months ago | reply


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    7. Sweetlake 99 months ago | reply

      I've been trying to get a good shot of the cracks but fail to capture the feeling. this one has great depth. We went out to brighton beach and skated. you can see the botton very clearly out in 12 feet of H2O. I love that Sunday there were hundreds of people out just recreating on the ice, 16 degrees. So Duluth.

    8. kenji.ogura 99 months ago | reply

      I like the video clip. I remember the sounds very well.

    9. gmontagf451 98 months ago | reply

      Love the shot, Moeview. I'm a UP native and miss the big lake...

    10. Gigita. 97 months ago | reply

      WOW! Really scary to walk on...

    11. Chalks5 93 months ago | reply

      I fell through. only 5 feet deep though

    12. manley.josh 92 months ago | reply

      amazing pic. how far off shore were you?

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