Where I live, we've just had a long cold spell, during which the lake froze over for the first time in quite a while. My family decided to take advantage of this by venturing out onto the tundra to--EXPLORE. Epic. I know.
It was pretty cool. The cracks in the ice were all spider-webby, and the ice was completely black in some places and white in others. We saw a guy fishing, too. If you can see in the photo below, we walked out to that little lighthouse, where there was a rotting trap door that opened into the inside, which was more like a little crawlspace. I went in, but all I found were a bunch of spiderwebs.
|(note the lighthouse in the distance)|
|Chunks of ice/snow pushed up over the breakwater.|