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Frozen Bubbles, Abraham Lake, Alberta, Canada Bubbles trapped and frozen under a thick layer of ice creating a glass type feel to the frozen lake.

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30 Natural Phenomena You Won’t Believe Actually Exist

Flammable ice bubbles: frozen bubbles of methane, trapped beneath Alberta’s Lake Abraham. | 30 Natural Phenomena You Won’t Believe Actually Exist

The incredibly colorful "rainbow mountains" look like they're from an alien planet, but they actually exist right here on Earth. More precisely, they're part of the Zhangye Danxia Landform Geological Park in Gansu, China. The rainbow mountains became a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2010.Vivid mountains are the result of mineral deposits and red sandstone from over 24 million years ago. Layers formed on top of one another, creating the colorful patterns of rock strata.

Aurora over Churchill, Manitoba, Canada (by David Marx on 500px)

Frozen wave in Antarctica. | (10 Beautiful Photos)

Mysterious Spotted Lake, British Columbia, Canada

"Green Vision" by Marc Adamus. Aurora borealis reflected on a frozen lakeshore in the Yukon Territory. Stunning.

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Frozen bubbles in Canadian lakes - in pictures

Frozen Bubbles in Vermillion Lakes in Banff National Park, Canada

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Pebble Shore Lake in Glacier National Park, Montana, United States