One of the more interesting manifestations of frozen water is the refreeze. The surface of the ice melts during a warm day leaving a puddle above some still frozen ice. When night comes and the temperature drops, the meltwater freezes and patterns are created. The new ice is also lifted as it shrinks above the lower ice creating air space that allows the shapes to form. Recently, David (Welcome to Pairodox) posted about random actions in nature. This image is a fine example of a bit of Nature’s Chaos.
Absolutely unpredictable and, while similar formations can be found, it is highly unlikely that anything exactly the same will ever be created. Here’s another from several years back.