Lake Michigan has got the biggest ice balls of them all!

Am I the only one who has never heard of an ice ball? Sure I know snowballs, baseballs, bowling balls and various other types of balls (wink, wink) - but ice balls on Lake Michigan? Who knew? Thanks to photographer Joshua Nowicki, I know now.

According to the Detroit News,

'The balls of ice form when chunks break off from larger sheets of ice on the surface of the Great Lakes, mix with snow and slush and then are rolled around in the waves.'

How cool is that? Mother Nature is full of surprises. Thanks again to Josh Nowicki for capturing this video and allowing me to share. Talk about Pure Michigan, he nailed it.