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  1. #881
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    Um, whoa. Is that natural?
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    Thats completely natural. But its certainly not in Michigan. Thats a wave which broke throught the ice and froze on contact with the air. Its in Antarctica. The pics have been floating around the internet for some time. Here are a few more.
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    This is amazing - sort of like a natural freek occurance then really
    looks like a glacier - but is unlike a glacier
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  4. #884
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    I agree thats certainly an amaizing occurance. I bet the person in the shot was glad not to have been there when it happened.
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  5. #885
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    The first two shots posted look like big hunks of salmon... only blue.
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  6. #886
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    What you are actually looking at is a huge wave that broke through the ice. The water was already below freezing and when it hit the air which is the coldest on earth at the time, it instantly froze producing the look you see. Absolutely amazing.

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    I took this one of my speaker. Shot with a Canon S3IS.


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    Quote Originally Posted by fr0sty View Post
    I took this one of my speaker. Shot with a Canon S3IS.
    Nice shot - is that a B&W??
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  9. #889
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff Chandler View Post
    Nice shot - is that a B&W??
    No just a cheap(ish) creative knockoff. They make nice pc speakers and since I've always loved the B&W look I decided to get them.

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