Unique ice waves glistened in the setting sun near Woods Lake’s shore at Oyama. (District of Lake Country Photo)

Video: Ice waves make for beautiful evening in Lake Country

Melting ice and high winds put on a show near Oyama

Warming temperatures and high winds put on a show that went beyond simple white caps on Woods Lake near Oyama.

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The fractured ice of the lake exaggerated the waves caused by the high wind on Feb. 1, creating a treat for onlookers including a videographer from the District of Lake Country. As the waves pushed the crushed ice to shore in Oyama it formed an impressive mound of freezing slush that glistened beneath the setting sun.

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