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  • December 8, 2015

    Exposure: Clear Ice

    The lack of snow so far this year has created a rare opportunity for winter enthusiasts to enjoy the clear ice at Clear Lake.

  • Jesse Matas of Riding Mountain National Park skates on the smooth-as-glass ice covering Clear Lake in the Park on a sunny and warm Monday afternoon. Matas skated across the lake to the townsite of Wasagaming and back again. The lack of snow so far this year has created a rare opportunity for winter enthusiasts to enjoy the clear ice.

    Jesse Matas of Riding Mountain National Park skates on the smooth-as-glass ice covering Clear Lake in the Park on a sunny and warm Monday afternoon. Matas skated across the lake to the townsite of Wasagaming and back again. The lack of snow so far this year has created a rare opportunity for winter enthusiasts to enjoy the clear ice.   (Tim Smith / Brandon Sun)

  • Ice skaters chat on the smooth-as-glass ice covering Clear Lake as the sun sets in Riding Mountain National Park on a sunny and warm Monday afternoon. The lack of snow so far this year has created a rare opportunity for winter enthusiasts to enjoy the clear ice. In some areas you can see straight through to the bottom of the lake.

    Ice skaters chat on the smooth-as-glass ice covering Clear Lake as the sun sets in Riding Mountain National Park on a sunny and warm Monday afternoon. The lack of snow so far this year has created a rare opportunity for winter enthusiasts to enjoy the clear ice. In some areas you can see straight through to the bottom of the lake.   (Tim Smith / Brandon Sun)

  • Ice skaters take advantage of the smooth-as-glass ice covering Clear Lake as the sun sets in Riding Mountain National Park on a sunny and warm Monday afternoon. The lack of snow so far this year has created a rare opportunity for winter enthusiasts to enjoy the clear ice. In some areas you can see straight through to the bottom of the lake.

    Ice skaters take advantage of the smooth-as-glass ice covering Clear Lake as the sun sets in Riding Mountain National Park on a sunny and warm Monday afternoon. The lack of snow so far this year has created a rare opportunity for winter enthusiasts to enjoy the clear ice. In some areas you can see straight through to the bottom of the lake.   (Tim Smith / Brandon Sun)

  • Family's skate, play hockey and explore the crystal clear ice covering Clear Lake as the sun sets in Riding Mountain National Park on a sunny and warm Monday afternoon. The lack of snow so far this year has created a rare opportunity for winter enthusiasts to enjoy the clear ice. In some areas you can see straight through to the bottom of the lake.

    Family's skate, play hockey and explore the crystal clear ice covering Clear Lake as the sun sets in Riding Mountain National Park on a sunny and warm Monday afternoon. The lack of snow so far this year has created a rare opportunity for winter enthusiasts to enjoy the clear ice. In some areas you can see straight through to the bottom of the lake.   (Tim Smith / Brandon Sun)

  • Jesse Matas of Riding Mountain National Park skates on the smooth-as-glass ice covering Clear Lake in the Park on a sunny and warm Monday afternoon. Matas skated across the lake to the townsite of Wasagaming and back again. The lack of snow so far this year has created a rare opportunity for winter enthusiasts to enjoy the clear ice.

    Jesse Matas of Riding Mountain National Park skates on the smooth-as-glass ice covering Clear Lake in the Park on a sunny and warm Monday afternoon. Matas skated across the lake to the townsite of Wasagaming and back again. The lack of snow so far this year has created a rare opportunity for winter enthusiasts to enjoy the clear ice.

  • Jesse Matas of Riding Mountain National Park skates back to his home after touring around Clear Lake on the smooth-as-glass ice covering the lake as the sun sets in the Park on a sunny and warm Monday afternoon. The lack of snow so far this year has created a rare opportunity for winter enthusiasts to enjoy the clear ice.

    Jesse Matas of Riding Mountain National Park skates back to his home after touring around Clear Lake on the smooth-as-glass ice covering the lake as the sun sets in the Park on a sunny and warm Monday afternoon. The lack of snow so far this year has created a rare opportunity for winter enthusiasts to enjoy the clear ice.   (Tim Smith / Brandon Sun)

  • Jesse Matas of Riding Mountain National Park skates home at sunset on the smooth-as-glass ice covering Clear Lake in the Park on a sunny and warm Monday afternoon. Matas skated across the lake to the townsite of Wasagaming and back again. The lack of snow so far this year has created a rare opportunity for winter enthusiasts to enjoy the clear ice.

    Jesse Matas of Riding Mountain National Park skates home at sunset on the smooth-as-glass ice covering Clear Lake in the Park on a sunny and warm Monday afternoon. Matas skated across the lake to the townsite of Wasagaming and back again. The lack of snow so far this year has created a rare opportunity for winter enthusiasts to enjoy the clear ice.   (Tim Smith / Brandon Sun)

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