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Frozen bubbles in Canadian lakes - in pictures

Methane gas bubbles underneath Vermillion Lake in Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada,

Icy jellyfish? No, these strange phenomena are frozen METHANE BUBBLES trapped under a lake that can be ignited with a match

Paul Zizka, 35, tracked down the natural phenomenon, which he photographed at Lake Minnewanka, the Vermillion Lake and Abraham Lake

The Chinook winds are known to bring in below freezing temperatures in a short amount of time. They are seen here shaping the clouds. (Photo: Emmanuel Coupe)

SOLD! At the 2014 Calgary Stampede Western Art Auction – “Summer Storm” Contemporary Canadian Landscape Painting by Alberta Artist Melissa McKinnon

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10 Things To Do in Banff In The Summer

The first is going up Mount Norquay, which is a little far from the city but definitely worth it. The second is hiking up Tunnel Mountain, which will take you less than 45 minutes from the centre of Banff, and watching the sunset from the top. If you do either of these, don’t forget to bring a headlamp for your trip back down – you never know in this neck of the woods! The more low key option is to go down to Vermillion Lake and watch the sun go down from the docks

Letchworth State Park

Letchworth State Parks middle falls on the Genesee River, New York Lose up to 40 lbs in 60-days at: