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Although the waves appear as if they’ve been instantly frozen as they broke from the ocean surface, they’re actually a natural phenomenon of blue ice, according to a report by the Daily Mail. As outer layers of ice melt during the summer months, new layers of ice compress to form the top of the waves. (Photo by Tony Travouillon)

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