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Frozen Michigan Lighthouses Transformed Into Stunning Giant Icicles

During the "Polar Vortex" or "Snowmageddon" of 2014, it seems fitting that the Daily Mail online, a UK newspaper, has posted pictures of several of Michigan's beautiful lighthouses completely frozen in time like giant 30 foot tall icicles.

The stunning photographs were captured by an American photographer named Thomas Zakowski, from South Bend, IN. He takes a yearly trip to St Joseph, MI and South Haven, MI after a big storm to capture these beautiful & eery scenes.

Zakowski says, "Depending on the year, the lighthouses can remain freezing for over a month, but it all depends on the weather."

Go to The Daily Mail online to see these amazing photos.