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The ice canyons in Greenland were carved by meltwater and are as deep as 150 feet. – #cop21 #globalwarming #climatechange More at http://www.GlobeTransformer.org

"Chasing Ice" documentary - - Great Ice Canyon in Iceland by photographer: James Balog for National Geographic - Wow! And one to watch before going to Iceland

This is my hubbys work for the last 4 days now,,, Still have about 6-8 days left of snowblowing the road between Egilsstadir and Mjoifjordur East - Iceland... The snowbanks in the picture are far from being the thickest ones at about 4 meters / 13.1 ft... One man predicts they will go up to 19 ft thick!!!!! Iceland today, May 25th... (Thinking about driving up there myself tomorrow and see this for myself ) :)

This is the road between Egilsstadir and Mjoifjordur East - Iceland.on May Hoping its warmer than this come mid June

My next Christmas will be like this! Instant of Light, By Maxime Courty As the sun rises through the clouds, the first morning rays illuminate the snowy landscape of the Forez mounts, France.

Skálasnagaviti, Iceland, by Gunnar Ó Sigmarsson, on flickr.

Svörtuloft, Iceland in 25 m/sec. The name off the lighthouse is Skálasnagaviti. By Gunnar Ó Sigmarsson, 2009

Glacier into the Sea, Greenland's east coast Copyright: James Saunders

This photo from Greenland, Other is titled 'Glacier into the Sea'.

Látrabjarg by Gisli Dua, via Flickr

Látrabjarg by Gisli Dua, via Flickr


I hope to travel to Iceland with my dad soon. I have a list of places I would like to visit in my lifetime and Iceland is near the top along with New Zealand and India.