See Unbelievable Images Of The Cumberland River In Kentucky Bizarrely Frozen In Half

The area around the city of Grand Rivers is filled with water and naturally is a favorite destination for summertime recreation. Throughout the colder months, there’s still plenty to see and do, but sometimes it gets so cold that the water has interesting freezing patterns. Recently photographer Paducah Drone took to the sky to capture unbelievable images of the Cumberland River in Kentucky frozen in half. It’s not something you typically see in this area, and while beautiful, it has us longing for warmer temperatures and the ability to get out on the water.

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Now that you’ve seen the Cumberland River in Kentucky frozen in half, are you ready for warmer weather? Do you hang out in this area in the summertime? We’d love to hear about your favorite things to do on the lakes around Grand Rivers. Let us know in the comments or share with us through our Nominations page.

And if you want to learn more about the Thirsty Turtle, a summertime hot spot on the water, take a look at our previous article.

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