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Frozen in Time: Incredible Ice Formations Made by Winter Storm

People explore the ice covered pier in Port Stanley, Ontario, Canada, on 27 December 2022. The ice formations were created by a large winter storm which hit the region over the Christmas weekend.

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People explore the ice covered pier in Port Stanley, Ontario, Canada, on 27 December 2022. The ice formations were created by a large winter storm which hit the region over the Christmas weekend.

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A person photographs a pier covered in ice in Port Stanley, Ontario, Canada, on 27 December 2022.

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A person photographs a pier covered in ice in Port Stanley, Ontario, Canada, on 27 December 2022.

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People walk along an ice covered boardwalk in Port Stanley, Ontario, Canada, on 27 December 2022.

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People walk along an ice covered boardwalk in Port Stanley, Ontario, Canada, on 27 December 2022.

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A house along Hoover Beach is covered by ice after high winds has blown water from Lake Erie on Saturday 29 February 2020, in Hamburg New York. Blowing snow had fallen on the state though the heaviest snowfall was concentrated in largely rural areas east of Lake Erie and Lake Ontario.

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A house along Hoover Beach is covered by ice after high winds has blown water from Lake Erie on Saturday 29 February 2020, in Hamburg New York. Blowing snow had fallen on the state though the heaviest snowfall was concentrated in largely rural areas east of Lake Erie and Lake Ontario.

© AP Photo / Sandro Campardo

A car, telephone lines and the shores of Lake Geneva near Versoix, Switzerland, are covered with ice in this picture taken on Wednesday 26 January 2005. Strong gusts of wind spraying water from the lake combined with temperatures below freezing to ice up the region of Lake Geneva.

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A car, telephone lines and the shores of Lake Geneva near Versoix, Switzerland, are covered with ice in this picture taken on Wednesday 26 January 2005. Strong gusts of wind spraying water from the lake combined with temperatures below freezing to ice up the region of Lake Geneva.

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Waves off Lake Erie crash on the ice-covered shore west of downtown Cleveland, on Wednesday 7 January 2015. A blast of arctic air was expected to stick around Ohio a few more days and wind chills were forecast to plummet as low as 25 to 30 degrees below freezing

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Waves off Lake Erie crash on the ice-covered shore west of downtown Cleveland, on Wednesday 7 January 2015. A blast of arctic air was expected to stick around Ohio a few more days and wind chills were forecast to plummet as low as 25 to 30 degrees below freezing

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Lauren Basil of Clarence, New York admires the wind-blown ice on a fence in her friend's front yard along the shore of Lake Erie in Hamburg, New York on Friday 17 February 2006.

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Lauren Basil of Clarence, New York admires the wind-blown ice on a fence in her friend's front yard along the shore of Lake Erie in Hamburg, New York on Friday 17 February 2006.

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The large waves pound the shore as ice covers the pier on Monday 13 December 2010, in Chicago Illinois. High wind and freezing temperatures exacerbated a situation after a winter storm pummeled the state with snow and wind over the weekend.

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The large waves pound the shore as ice covers the pier on Monday 13 December 2010, in Chicago Illinois. High wind and freezing temperatures exacerbated a situation after a winter storm pummeled the state with snow and wind over the weekend.

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An ice covered bench is photographed by a man on the shore of Lake Balaton in Balatonfenyves, 155km south-west of Budapest, Hungary on Saturday 16 March 2013, after water blown by high winds froze while dripping off in sub-zero temperatures.

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An ice covered bench is photographed by a man on the shore of Lake Balaton in Balatonfenyves, 155km south-west of Budapest, Hungary on Saturday 16 March 2013, after water blown by high winds froze while dripping off in sub-zero temperatures.

© AP Photo / Mark Duncan

The US Coast Guard icebreaker Neah Bay is framed by ice-covered trees along the shore of Lake Erie as a flock of ducks fly overhead on Monday 20 December 2004. The day before the official start of winter brought brisk winds and sub-freezing temperatures after a snowstorm that dumped up to a foot of snow on parts of north-east Ohio.

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The US Coast Guard icebreaker Neah Bay is framed by ice-covered trees along the shore of Lake Erie as a flock of ducks fly overhead on Monday 20 December 2004. The day before the official start of winter brought brisk winds and sub-freezing temperatures after a snowstorm that dumped up to a foot of snow on parts of north-east Ohio.

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