It’s no secret that winter 2014 in Pure Michigan was record-breaking. With snow and ice blanketing the state, nature responded with some pretty amazing winter wonders. From ice caves to ice balls, and frozen waterfalls to frozen lighthouses, we’ve rounded up a few of the most magnificent marvels that our Pure Michigan winter brought this year. Here are ten remarkable photos from winter 2014 to help us bid winter weather farewell and welcome in the new spring season!
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Eben Ice Caves – Photo courtesy of Instagram user @michigannaturephotos
Ice Balls at Holland State Park. Photo by Terese Weiderman.
Ice formations on Lake Huron. Photo courtesy of Facebook fan Rebecca Eltervoog VanBrienen
Frozen Munising Falls. Photo by Michigan Nut Photography.
Frozen St. Joseph Lighthouse. Photo by Instagram user @obrainys.
Photo courtesy of Cobblestone Farms
A Frozen Ice Tree
The annual Ice Tree in Gaylord, MI. Photo by Twitter user @GaylordMichigan.
Sand and Snow Art
A wave of Frozen Sand and Snow. Photo by Facebook Fan Michele Karling.
Photo by Facebook Fan Dave Piechotte.
Blue Ice Curtain on Grand Island. Photo by Lake Superior Photo.
What was the most remarkable winter marvel you witnessed in Pure Michigan this season?