These are pretty, as so many frozen structures are--to me these work mainly by imagining them in close proximity to each other, although I imagine they may be quite hard to find, and dispersed over a wide area:
Not so rare in cold climates, though not sure whether it's all methane-based bubbles. Freezing/frozen lake sounds can be astounding as well, from the 80s drum sounds at -30º to the flock of birds (seagulls? speaking of 80s) like tone of water that's just starting to skim over.
Pretty astounding cityscapes in there, thanks!
I got this guy's photo book just recently
I expect Rick Deckard to be slouching in one of those doorways.
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