Cracking the Surface, Lake Baikal, Siberia.

frozen-lake-ice-crack_90254_990x742Cracking the Surface. Photograph by Alexey Trofimov
“Ice on Lake Baikal is a very interesting phenomenon,” writes Your Shot member Alexey Trofimov. “Ice ridges, cracks, tears, hugging.
All this creates unique and fantastic stories.” Trofimov spends a few months a year photographing landscapes at the lake—the world’s deepest and oldest—in southeastern Siberia.
On this trip, he hoped to make an unusual picture of the ice, showing elements not normally visible. When one morning brought a strong frost and wind, which created unusual patterns in the cracks, Trofimov “had only to wait for sunrise to make this picture.”
This photo was submitted to the 2015 Traveler Photo Contest.
via Frozen Lake Baikal Image, Russia — National Geographic Photo of the Day.

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