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If anybody ever thought staring at ice was boring, they need just look at this video of a 200-foot chunk of ice breaking off of Sawyer Glacier in Tracy Arm Fjord in Alaska to realize that ice can certainly perk up a tourist's day.
Originally posted by WeBrooklyn
I was actually looking for a video that another ats member mentioned from back in the 50's or 60's "where a massive "calving" created such a devastating wave that the surrounding land was purty much wiped clean, even way high up on the mountains " in Alaska and it was caught on video but this is cool too
A couldn't help but notice the beautiful purity of the ice and snow made by nature, marred by an ugly puff of black exhaust from the man made vessel. Our contribution to our planet is quite clear in the video and perhaps the calving of the ice can be answered by that one shot. Thanks for the vid.