27 January 2011


Above, a timelapse of sea ice forming off Estonia.

Ice Breaking aboard the Akademik Shokalskiy from Finn O'Hara on Vimeo.

Above, icebreaking off Greenland, with a jaunty soundtrack and fogbows.

All photos courtesy NASA:
  1. Sea ice under the combined influences of wind and ocean currents forms a frosty filigree along Kamchatka's volcano-dominated coastline, Russia.
  2. Icebergs along Princess Ragnhild Coast, Antarctica.
  3. Icebergs calving from East Antarctica's Matusevich Glacier.
  4. Barnes Ice Cap, Baffin Island, Canada. 
  5. Parry Channel, Canada. 
  6. Neumayer Glacier, South Georgia Island.
  7. Greenland coast.
  8. Yukon River Delta, Alaska.
  9. Guano-stained ice, the mark of emperor penguin colonies, visible below the bergs frozen into the ice in the center of this image of Antarctica’s Luitpold Coast.
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