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Saturday, 31 December 2011

Happy New Year!


 Slabs of sea ice in pressure ridges in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica.  
From the brilliant "Glaciers Online" web site.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Not sure who, in its wonderful creativity, Nature is aiming its Agincourt-style two-fingered gesture, but I'm sure lots of interesting suggestions will follow!!

Let's hope we all make our points just as effectively in 2012.

ATTENBURY (no relation)

BRIAN JOHN said...

Hadn't even occurred to me... but I can see it when I look hard, and use a little imagination.....

I just saw the beauty...

Tony H said...

I prefer to see that as Churchillian V for Victory sign, when the metaphorical ice crumbles between the feet of the "Human Transport" boys as they trudge stubbornly onwards, sometime in the next Millenia (sorry, cannot be any more precise than that).

But it is also a beautiful scene to behold!