Mother Nature cries a River.What a beautiful symbolism: a glacier melts into the sea in Norway because of the global warming.

A dramatic picture taken by Michael Nolan has been dubbed the face of Mother Nature crying on a canvas of melting ice and cascading water on a Norwegian Glacier. The tears of this natural sculpture were created by a waterfall of glacial water.

Melting water on glacier (aerial), Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, Alaska

Melting water on glacier (aerial), Wrangell-St Elias National Park, Alaska, USA

There is a place in the Gulf of Alaska where two oceans meet but do not mix.

A former pro skater is designing a custom house that is completely skateable

There is a place in the Gulf of Alaska where two oceans meet but do not mix. This happened because fresh water glaciers melted and flowed to join the ocean water. Because of the difference in the salinity and densities of these two water bodies, a surfa

5 Things You Need to Know About Visiting New Zealand | Turquoise glacier melt water near Ross, South Island, New Zealand. The vivid color comes from rock flour in the water.

5 Things You Need to Know about Visiting New Zealan

NEW ZEALAND - Turquoise glacier melt water near Ross, South Island, New Zealand. The vivid color comes from rock flour in the water.

After a 100,000 years, you can see the oldest glacier's beautiful internal sparkle and color from thousands of years of build up..then comes the tsunami just after the break!

L'Arctique sauvage et mystérieux, photographié par Janet Little Jeffers

Wow this is amazing. Artic Ice Photography by Janet Little Jeffers - Fubiz™

la Patagonia

Perito Moreno Glacier Patagonia Argentina Luca Galuzzi 2005 - El Calafate - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Antarctic glaciers melting 'past point of no return'

Antarctic glaciers melting 'passed point of no return'

Antarctic glaciers melting 'passed point of no return'

Antarctic Glaciers melting 'passed point of no return'

Antarctic glaciers melting 'passed point of no return'

The vast glaciers of western Antarctica are rapidly melting and losing ice to the sea and almost certainly have "passed the point of no return," according to new work by two separate teams of scientists.

Glacier Bay, Alaska

Each year Alaska is seeing more melting in Glacier National Park - find out what's happening and how to see it now

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