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#travel Dumont D’Urville research station in Antarctica. Although the waves appear as if they’ve been instantly frozen as they broke from the ocean surface, they’re actually a natural phenomenon of blue ice, according to a report by the Daily Mail. As outer layers of ice melt during the summer months, new layers of ice compress to form the top of the waves.

Iceberg off the south-east coast of Greenland, near the village of Ittoqqortoormiit. Photo by Nancy Carels

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February 22nd, 2014 Place to go Russell Glacier, Greenland Supraglacial channel by Henry Patton, via Flickr

Bear clouds...I love looking at clouds and see different shapes, faces, animals...letting my imagination run rampant. This is whatever you see...

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I am crazy about this shade of blue. It seems to only be found in the compacted, airless ice of glaciers. Just shows that God is the ultimate artist!