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    • Mary Evans

      Previous pinner: Frozen tsunami wave. Me: According to Snopes, this photo, and many others like it, were taken at the Antarctic base of Dumont D’Urville in 2002. These frozen waves resulted from melting, not from freezing. Melting has produced the downward-pointing spikes that look like a breaking wave; they are simply icicles. Freshly frozen ice, especially ice that has frozen rapidly, is cloudy and opaque.

    • Angela Thomas

      Frozen in time. Simply stunning Frozen Tsunami wave in Antarctica.I want to go see this place one day. Please check out my website Thanks. www.photopix.co.nz

    • Chip Drewry

      Frozen Waves On The Great Lakes (Amazing Photo’s)

    • Patty

      Frozen Tidal Wave in Antartica Wonderful Photos in the World

    • Tevaite

      Frozen in time. Simply stunning Frozen Tsunami wave in Antarctica. Suddenly this is on my bucket list, Ellie Poling!

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