Rocks at the foot of Lake Bekal
Siberia: They look like someone made fake photos with Photoshop, but this is not a fake photo or a magic trick, but a view of the world’s largest and deepest lake Bekal in Russia. This process is called Beckel Zen.
This lake in Siberia has strange features in winter. Here is a glimpse of them. Meteorologists believe that high winds, melting of ice and re-freezing create beautiful images here. Some objects are even thought to be sculptural. The shores of the lake become icy and methane bubbles can be seen everywhere.
The most interesting of these is Zen Beckel’s process. Smooth rocks look like water on bouncing drops of water.
In this photo, a small rock stands on the icy leg of Lake Beckel. Once the frozen rock freezes on the ice, the strong winds that blow beneath it carve out the rest of the ice, and the rock appears to stand on the surface of the water. It has been studied in detail by Ukrainian and international physicists.
In addition, thin pieces of ice can be seen in the air. In addition, strong winds give the snow a beautiful impression.
Zen Beckel’s action supports the rocks on the small icy pillars. Every winter, large numbers of people come to see the beauty of Lake Baikal.