Have you ever seen Black Ice? A rare phenomenon and a quite spooky experience! Black Ice – also called congelation ice – occurs when water freezes without many air bubbles encapsulated inside. Then the ice is extremely clear so that one can see the ground of a lake for example which is usually dark making the ice look black.
Here I’m sharing two shots from the Lago Bianco which is located close to the Bernina pass in the Engadin region in the south east of Switzerland.