iceberg collapse = human noise

when icebergs collapse, we humans gasp and exclaim. and not only in Canada. West Greenland: Twillingate, Newfoundland: Point Armour, Labrador: well, actually this footage is silent, but you might add your own sound track while watching it: footage of an ice bridge in Argentina collapsing, with musical mellowness added on top after the fact: and… Continue reading iceberg collapse = human noise

phenom: serac

Seracs are dense, large columns or chunks of ice that form when two crevasses meet on a glacier, or when two glaciers meet. They can also be part of an ice-fall. You can often see seracs at the terminus of a glacier where multiple crevasses meet and chop into each other, forming discrete blocks of… Continue reading phenom: serac