Exploring the interior of an Icelandic glacier with a small group tour.
Our power went out before dawn, and we awoke to a slightly chilled house. It would get every colder over the next three days, as our veneer of civilization cracked under the weight of the ice.
Strange, hair-like ice formations were growing out of branches in our Olympic Peninsula yard, and I set out to determine exactly what caused these formations of hair ice.
Natural ice sculptures in miniature, photographed in Canada’s Yoho National Park.