Subzero temperatures and lighthouses apparently don't mix well. That is, unless you're a fan of ice sculpture art.
A lighthouse near Cleveland, Ohio, has been turned into a massive spectacle after spray off from Lake Erie began forming layers of ice on the structure.
And while the frozen lighthouse may not be fully functional -- the light is impossible for any local sailors to see through the thick ice coating -- at least it's providing for some pretty cool scenery. It's beautiful. So delicate and so serene.
And oh goodness -- can you imagine an ice pop that big? I want! In cherry please!
Take a closer look:
Heavy snow has been falling in parts of northern Ohio (as well as western New York and Pennsylvania). While the snow may be dwindling down, one thing's for sure: the chilly temperatures are not. This weeks highs are all in the 20s, with a white Christmas predicted for next weekend as well.
What do you think of the frozen lighthouse?