Strong Winds Sculpt Frozen Sand into Otherworldly Pillars on a Lake Michigan Beach


JANUARY 12, 2022. GRACE EBERT

Last weekend in St. Joseph, Michigan, tall layered pedestals and sloping tables sprung up from the otherwise calm Tiscornia Park Beach, turning the lakeside vista into a strange, otherworldly environment. Photographer Joshua Nowicki (previously) captured the ice-laden phenomenon, which is caused by powerful winds eroding frozen sand and carving dozens of towering shapes haphazardly placed along the shore.[…]

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1 Response to Strong Winds Sculpt Frozen Sand into Otherworldly Pillars on a Lake Michigan Beach

  1. Josh Sanders says:

    Amazing how nature is often the best artist! Thanks for sharing🙏🏼

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