Marcia White Bower posted these photos at EarthSky Facebook this week. They are rare ice circles, on Onondaga Lake in Syracuse, New York, seen on February 18, 2017. Ice circles tend to form in the center of lakes or streams, but they can also form along the edges, as these have. You need slow-moving currents, moving in circular eddies, to form ice circles, and you need just the right air and water temperature. So they’re rare!
Dave Pollot is a New York based artist who is best known for his altered thrift art paintings