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Ice Photo #5 – Evighedsfjord, Greenland / Photo de glace #5 – Evighedsfjord, Groenland

This week’s ice photo was taken on July 10, 2016, during Adventure Canada’s Greenland and Northern Labrador expedition. When we woke up that day, the Ocean Endeavour was anchored in the Evighedsfjord (the fjord of Eternity) with glaciers and high mountains in the background. The highlight of the morning was the zodiac cruise to approach […]

Ice Photo #4 – Ramah Bay Iceberg / Photo de glace #4 – Iceberg de la baie de Ramah

This week’s ice photo was taken on July 7, 2016 at 4:13 a.m. I was admiring the sunrise from one of the decks of the Ocean Endeavour anchored in Ramah Bay, Torngat Mountains National Park.

La photo de glace de cette semaine a été prise le 7 juillet 2016 à 4:13 alors que j’admirais le […]

Ice Photo #3: Twisted Ice Chunk / Photo de glace #3 – Torsade de glace

This week’s ice photo was taken during a late night cruise in the Ilulissat Ice Fjord in Greenland’s Disko Bay. The captain had just used his fishing net to scoop up several small pieces of ice that had broken off nearby icebergs. This one looked most interesting with its twisted shape.

La photo de glace […]

Ice Photo#2: Speed Boat Passing by an Iceberg in Disko Bay

(version française de ce texte)

Hello,

After reading that a small ship with 23 passengers on board sank on Sunday near Ilulissat (after hitting an underwater rock or iceberg), my choice for this week’s ice photo is one taken on July 15, 2016 as I was walking along the boardwalk of the Arctic Hotel overlooking […]

Ice Photo #1: Iceberg along the Labrador Coast

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Hello,

For the last few years, every Wednesday, I’ve been admiring ice photos (#icephotos) being posted on Twitter. Well! With this summer’s two trips above the 50th parallel, I now feel that I have sufficient photos of icy subjects to start posting one every Wednesday.

To kick things off, here […]