Munising Falls continually grows as it freezes from the top and from the bottom. It will eventually form a complete column of ice that extends from the top all the way to the ground. At this stage, the icefall resembles an upside down tulip, that is spewing water from it’s core. Near its namesake town, Munising, MI, it is located at the western entrance to Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, which follows the southern shore of Lake Superior in Michigan’s upper peninsula. For more waterfalls, click here.