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MJ.0001-00
© M. Jaques,
MJ.0001-00
Icicles hanging down inside a crevasse in a glacier. Adelaide Is. Antarctica
BA.9950-21
© B&C Alexander
BA.9950-21
Icicles hang from thawing sea ice, glistening in the morning light. Pond Inlet. Baffin Island. Canada.
ANT1941-01
© B&C Alexander
ANT1941-01
Distincive icicle fronted caves in an iceberg look like eyes. Antarctica
ANT1941-02
© B&C Alexander
ANT1941-02
Distincive icicle fronted caves in a tabular iceberg look like eyes. Antarctica
ANT1941-04
© B&C Alexander
ANT1941-04
Icicles fringe a blue carvern in a small iceberg. Antarctica
ANT1941-05
© B&C Alexander
ANT1941-05
Icicles fringe a blue carvern in a small iceberg. Antarctica
DR.0209-00
© D. Rootes
DR.0209-00
Icicles hang off an iceberg that has been punded with salt spray in rough weather. Antarctica
QQ.2802-24
© B&C Alexander
QQ.2802-24
Late evening sun shines through a piece of glacial ice with icicles on the shore of Inglefield Bay. Northwest Greenland
QQ.2802-25
© B&C Alexander
QQ.2802-25
The setting sun highlights a piece of glacial ice with icicles on the shore of Inglefield Bay. Northwest Greenland
BA.0804-01
© B&C Alexander
BA.0804-01
Welcome to Rankin Inlet sign on the Hamlet office, with snow and Icicles. Nunavut. Canada.
WL.0134-00
© W. Lynch
WL.0134-00
A trio of emperor penguins, Aptenodytes forsteri, returns from a foraging trip to their nesting colony at Drescher Inlet, 72 degrees South, Weddell Sea, Antarctica.
ANT1627-06
© B&C Alexander
ANT1627-06
Icicles hang from the edge of an undercut iceberg by the shore of Snow Hill Island. This is a very early thaw. Global warming? Weddell Sea. Antarctica
ANT1627-07
© B&C Alexander
ANT1627-07
Icicles hang from the edge of an undercut iceberg by the shore of Snow Hill Island. This is a very early thaw. Global warming? Antarctica
ANT1627-08
© B&C Alexander
ANT1627-08
Icicles hang from the edge of an undercut iceberg by the shore of Snow Hill Island. This is a very early thaw. Global warming? Antarctica
ANT1627-09
© B&C Alexander
ANT1627-09
Icicles hang from the edge of an undercut iceberg by the shore of Snow Hill Island. This is a very early thaw. Global warming? Antarctica
ANT1627-10
© B&C Alexander
ANT1627-10
Icicles hang from the edge of an undercut iceberg by the shore of Snow Hill Island. This is a very early thaw. Global warming? Antarctica
ANT1627-11
© B&C Alexander
ANT1627-11
Icicles hang from the edge of an undercut iceberg by the shore of Snow Hill Island. This is a very early thaw. Global warming? Antarctica
ANT1627-12
© B&C Alexander
ANT1627-12
Icicles hang from the edge of an undercut iceberg by the shore of Snow Hill Island. This is a very early thaw. Global warming? Antarctica
ANT1627-13
© B&C Alexander
ANT1627-13
Icicles hang from the edge of an undercut iceberg by the shore of Snow Hill Island. This is a very early thaw. Global warming? Antarctica
ANT1625-01
© B&C Alexander
ANT1625-01
Photographing icicles hanging off the ice on Snow Hill Island. Antarctica
HAP0035-02
© B&C Alexander
HAP0035-02
The Admiral Tegethoff locked into sea ice, in moonlight. 1872-1874 Austrian-Hungarian expedition under Weyprecht and Payer discovered Novaya Zemlya.
ANT1611-01
© B&C Alexander
ANT1611-01
Blue interior of a well thawed iceberg. Antarctica
SZ.6012-06
© B&C Alexander
SZ.6012-06
Icicles hang at different angles in an ice cave, probably due to bits of ice slipping. Smeerenburgbreen. Svalbard
SZ.6012-07
© B&C Alexander
SZ.6012-07
Icicles hang at different angles in an ice cave, probably due to bits of ice slipping. Smeerenburgbreen. Svalbard

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