Here is an moving climate change article inspired by the Mendenhall Glacier. Read and Pass On Please.
Una roca en el arroyo.
Cuando el sol
el sendero una
ilumina el llanto
de una rima
The sheer scale is always the hardest bit to grasp. These sorts of photos never normally have a house or a person or an animal anywhere to give you a reasonable measure of it, but I bet the vastness of this would be overwhelming if you were standing somewhere overlooking this.
A wonderous photograph,rich in texture and color. The blue and pink on the white, delicate to look at, with the very strong dark color on the left, as a direct contrast of the whole frame. Yet it all fits in.Not my favourite kind of picture, but certainly a good one. j.e.s.......
Great shot and to have such a close up. Really revealing of how a glacier look for those like me that have never experienced this in real life. Much appreciated thank you.
That looks really great, like a weave of ice. From the perspective the picture is taken, it looks like the glacier is climbing a mountain, because the upper right point seams to be highest. But that could be the result of the helicopter view. The fog and the clouds show the picture in a mysterious light. The glacier supprises with a light brown colour widly present, apart from the typical blue, perhaps resulting from dust, that came from the mountains around.
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