CLEVELAND - A Willowick man used still camera shots to create a time lapse showing Lake Erie freezing.
The video was posted to YouTube on Jan. 27 and shows the lake freezing over a period of three days.
It gives us views of ice building up along the lake until eventually you can't see any water left.
The images were taken every two minutes from Jan. 22-24. The images are archived on the man's website GreatLakesVista.com, which shows high quality still photographs and live video of Lake Erie.
(Mobile users watch here: http://5.wews.com/hQO5j)
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