good job
bofransson:

The Gleam, Northern Quebec, c. 1935
Franz Johnston, Canadian, 1888 - 1949
verluste:

PATH by Mark Dorf
zeroing:

Carl W. Heindl
red-lipstick:

Euan Macleod (b. 1956, Christchurch, New Zealand) - Antarctic 38, 2010 Paintings: Acrylics on Canvas from Glacial exhibition 
buffdaddy:

malformalady:
These stunning clear blue ice caves which stretch as far as the eye can see are one of Iceland’s national treasures. Although the caves look like giant waves, which seem frozen in time, water actually moves down the huge Vatnajokull Glacier at a snail-like speed. Some glaciers do not move, others shift at a speed of up to 0.3 miles a year. On average glaciers move just millimetres over a 12 month period. With a surface area of 5,033 miles, it spans eight per cent of the country and is the largest glacier in Europe. At the glacier’s thickest point, the width of the ice is 3281 feet (1000 metres).
Photo credit: Rob Loft
zeroing:

Fiona Banner
chachachantal:

Ivan Seal
bagnostian:

"and here i am, the only living boy in new york"
buenos aires, argentina.
(Fuji X100)