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  • Jessica Diesta

    Antarctic Peninsula - Ice Arch 3, Pleneau Bay. I cannot find the photographer of this particular shot, but there are more photos of this structure by Ian Lyons, on Flickr, if you click through. (He has disabled sharing, so you'll just have to visit.) # WebMatrix 1.0

  • Inga Lucena

    Ice and Snow Photography | burnthecanvas.com

  • Amanda Cheng

    mother nature at it's finest!

  • Bri KrisFun

    Ice columns - Lemaire canal (The Antartic). This is one of the most amazing natural phenomenons you could ever see. It is also known as the "Glaciers cementery".

  • Victoria Lang

    Columned Glacial Bridge, Antarctica We have glaciers in Alaska, but this is stellar.

  • Kellie K

    Columned Glacial Bridge, Antarctica aka the Northern Water Tribe! lololol

  • Paula Rom

    Ice sculptures

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