Frozen Cleveland Lighthouse
Encased in a thick sheath of ice this lighthouse is a breathtaking example of a natural phenomenon. The cylindrical building covered in evenly scalloped white ice brings to mind a wedding cake or a very expensive ice sculpture. But this is all Mother Nature's doing with the help of a manmade framework. Set so close to Lake Erie, water mist and sprays combined with freezing temperatures have created perfect conditions for this winter delight. Of course the best time to view the lighthouse sculpture is in November to February.