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    Frozen Lighthouses on Lake Michigan The St. Joseph, Michigan outer range light is covered in a thick layer of twisted ice following a winter storm that created 20 foot waves on Lake Michigan. The splashes from those waves created interesting ice patterns on the tower. As the wind changed direction during the storm, the ice began to twist.

    Frozen Lighthouse, Lake Michigan

    Frozen Lighthouses on Lake MIchigan

    Frozen Lighthouse, Lake Michigan

    Frozen Lighthouses on Lake Michigan The St. Joseph, Michigan range lights in winter. The 35 foot tall outer light is covered in a thick layer of ice created by the splashing waves of Lake Michigan.

    Frozen Lighthouse, Lake Michigan

    Frozen Lighthouse, Lake Michigan

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    Frozen Lighthouses on Lake MIchigan Ice formed on the St. Joseph, Michigan lighthouse and catwalk during a winter storm that churned up Lake Michigan and created 20 foot waves. The ice apparently broke the "hand rail" cables on the catwalk, and they are now drooping down with tons of ice.

    Frozen Lighthouses on Lake Michigan The 30 foot tall outer light of the St. Joseph, Michigan after a severe winter storm. Waves on Lake Michigan were said to be over 20 feet high, which pounded the lighthouse and covered it in ice feet thick in places. Workers were just finishing up a paint job when the storm hit. The scaffold was demolished and is also covered in a thick layer of ice.

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    St. Joseph Northpier Lighthouse, St. Joseph, Michigan

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    Frozen Minnehaha Falls

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