Finland: November 3, 2019 the island of Hailuoto. Immortalizing this strange phenomenon was photographer Christopher Mattila. These ice eggs form under special weather conditions with strong winds and harsh temperatures. The ice sheets shatter precisely because of the wind and the water sands, completing the work and giving the ice this peculiar shape. The size grows with the continuous storage of water (ice immediately due to low temperatures) and finally deposits on the shore and beaches (the lightest).