If you think it’s cold where you are, check out this guy. Melting water creates these marble-like ice caves in the Vatnajokull ice flow in Iceland. A photographer braved freezing conditions to capture the caverns, which can be deadly because of the shifting ice. “The glaciers are constantly moving and changing their formation,” said the photographer. You don’t want to fall into the water in the North Atlantic, your body will shut down in about seven minutes.
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