Sunday, January 20, 2008

largest icecave

january 20 2008

Scientists have discovered a very large, probably the largest, ice cave in Norway.

The images are amazing.
Look here.

Isn't it amazing?

I admire the photographers who have to be in danger to provide the best pictures of such an everchanging natural phenomenon.

The idea that the ice is melting at the same moment, you're there, would make me feel so afraid that i wouldn't be able to keep my camera stable, I think.

Or would I feel very responsible to tell the world of this beautity?

I just don't know.

I'm grateful to see photos like these and I always feel grateful to see programms on TV about natural events and travels.

To be living in this time of history makes me feel grateful, because I can see and hear things I would otherwise never be able to witness.


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