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   Undertoad  Tuesday Jun 17 01:09 PM

6/17/2003: Cracking glacier from the sky

zippyt sends this along pointing out the stark contrasts. This one goes into the category of earth as art, or just very cool shots.

It comes from here where you can find many more awesome shots like it, from the totally amazing Iceland.

I would like to go there, Bjork notwithstanding, and I hear it's not that expensive for the flights.

goethean  Tuesday Jun 17 04:56 PM

Don't you mean: I'd like to go to Iceland, Bjork notwithlaying.

Griff  Tuesday Jun 17 05:35 PM

No good Bjork bjashers!

That Guy  Tuesday Jun 17 08:22 PM

Crack kills!

Notice the size of them compared with the small, low-flyer there in the center.

xoxoxoBruce  Tuesday Jun 17 11:13 PM

Cool and cold.

e unibus plurum  Wednesday Jun 18 11:02 AM

Re: 6/17/2003: Cracking glacier from the sky

Originally posted by Undertoad
and I hear it's not that expensive for the flights.
a real white knuckler

ladysycamore  Wednesday Jun 18 11:59 AM

Re: 6/17/2003: Cracking glacier from the sky

WOW! What an awesome shot. The detail and the clarity is amazing.

kisrael  Friday Jun 20 12:17 PM

Yeah, Rekyavik (except, you know, spelled correctly and all) is a frequent midway stopping point twixt the USA and Europe, so it's not surprising it's reasonably priced.

bjlhct  Friday Jun 20 03:05 PM

Ice failure is fractal

Ice cracking looks very similar under a microscope, with an ice cube, and with a glacier.

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