An Ice cave in Vatnajökull ice cap, southern Iceland. Vatnajökull is the largest ice cap in Europe, around 3,100 km³ constanly changing it's formation. The texture on the "floor" is snow mixed with volcanic ash from Grímsvötn, the latest erupting volcano in Iceland, erupting in may 2011.
Queulat National Park, Chilie. From Wiki: "The park comprises two small ice fields, with glaciers of up to 7 mi long. The largest glaciated area is Queulat ice cap, which encompasses about 31 sq mi and contains park's centerpiece, the Queulat Hanging Glacier."