13 comments on “Rivers of Ice: Glaciers, Icefields and Floating Sculptures of Blue

  1. Beautiful! I grew up in Wisconsin, where signs of glaciers (and the lack thereof) are present all over the landscape, and I always thought that I understood how they worked, as we visited places like Kettle Moraine State Park, the Glacial Drumlin trail, and the Driftless Area. It wasn’t until I was in Alaska over a decade ago that I really came to understand how those boulder, gravelly ridges, and depressions got where they were!

  2. A beautifully presented and well-written post. Understanding glaciers as rivers was a revelation for me on a visit to Norway many years ago. I am pleased to have found your beautiful blog.

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