Icy 'art' has taken over parts of the Lake Huron shoreline.

Cold temperatures, high lake levels and last week's wave action left behind some breathtaking ice sculptures in places like Goderich, Bayfield and Kincardine.

Shrubs and trees have been coated in thick ice to makes for some natural “ice art,” drawing visitors and photographers from across the region.

The waves have also brought some dangers, and officials are asking people not to venture out onto the ice itself, which appears stable, but is shifting and moving.

The boardwalk in Goderich is also slippery, so those who wish to take in the scenery are asked to be cautious.