Frozen Bubbles, Banff National Park, Canada.

bdd2e3a3-8784-441a-b351-339487574d38-1420x2040Photographed in Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada, the bubbles are made from highly flammable gas methane.  Paul Zizka/Caters News Agency
Methane gas bubbles underneath Vermillion Lakes in Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada.
Normally the bubbles would break the surface but in low temperatures they freeze.
50182f8a-a0e6-4dde-913c-580f1842a67f-2060x1363The gas, which is emitted by bacteria after they consume dead organic matter, is fairly harmless but the bubbles can cause an explosion if lit.
3202f1bd-2e7f-4893-a332-251560c268ff-1329x2040Vermilion Lakes are a series of lakes located in the Canadian Rocky Mountains.
See more Images via Frozen bubbles in Canadian lakes – in pictures | World news | The Guardian.

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