Ever seen blue ice stacked as high as 30 feet? I bet you want to now.
This year Michigan is seeing the shocking views that occur after snow and glaciers collide. The air bubbles from that compression create ice crystals and block any light from coming through. This is what makes the ice appear to look blue.
Check out the video below captured by photographer Dustin Dilworth via drone. Ice stacks have been gathering for a few days now and it is definitely a sight to see.
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