posted on Jan, 6 2013 @ 03:57 AM
Coincedence - just two days ago I was thinking how really interesting and nice it is that when water freezes in the air it comes down a brilliant
white. The chemical makeup of water somehow evolves in cold tempertures into a solid - and that solid can cover the ground and foliage reflects all
colors away from it to create some of the whitest white found on the planet. And now this thead with colored icebergs which I, an innocent non-polar
cap dweller, have never seen.
Where are the red ones, like that new blaring red overhang here on ATS, it hurts my eyes, unlike frozen water.