Just saw a person take a bad fall on that ice. He needed help getting up. I would not do well there!!
God,i could not walk on that ice,i would fall arse over teakettle.:((
Thanks for the explanation, Capture Sam. The blue reminded me of copper sulphate crystals and wondered if that was the reason, but I am wrong in my thinking.
Hello! Two days ago I visited this camera and saw people who were sliding on the ice, walking was difficult for them. Everything is wonderfull ! enjoy those who are there and those who look from home too !.
14feb19--Blue ice occurs when snow falls on a glacier, is compressed, and becomes part of the glacier. Air bubbles are squeezed out and ice crystals enlarge, making the ice appear blue. EnJoy EnJoy
The ice is a lovely blue hue, I don't think it is reflection of sky.
Does anyone know what kind of birds are always here? The tourists feed them from time to time.I am familiar with North American birds, but don't know European ones.
26jan19--Saturday- A bit of sno. OK a lot more than a bit. Super. EnJoy EnJoy
Amazing colour of the ice.
There is a beautiful display of lights, who or what is causing it? I assume it is not a natural phenomenon, but is lively to watch.
5dec18--Viewers, please use the 'locate' function to learn where/what you see here. The ice is in a trapped bay. Winds and tides move the ice out of view at times. A touch of sno seen today. EnJoy EnJoy Thank You host : icelagoon.is
No room for an olive Sharron.
I love it Richard. It must have been one hellava Martini.
The ice is there Sharron. But yesterday just before you looked someone had ordered a rather large martini, on the rocks.