Not really, but as it formed, the winds pushed the water away from the North to form what looks like fresh, white laundry blowing in the wind.
So many different ice formations occur around the St. Joseph, Michigan pier. The long icicles hanging from the catwalk and light tower, mounds of ice like stalactites sit near the lighthouse, drift ice in the water, and pancake ice slowly spinning in Lake Michigan.
In person, this area appears to be an alien world, especially when viewing the lake and lighthouse from the end of the pier, on the other side of this lighthouse. Maybe not alien, but truly a different world.
Posted by Tom Gill at Sunday, January 27, 2013