David By: David

Upsala Glacier up Close

  • Shonda Maul 7y

    I'm just curious are these places hard to get to? The pictures are
    absolutely breathtaking. I love the lightening in the glacier here.
  • @andrewghayes 6y

    Crazy - these are sort of like little (or big, that is) ice soldiers. Very cool.

    We actually included this in our ice/glacier-inspired photo essay on our travel website.

    Thanks for sharing.
  • jt_drummeruk 5y

    Hi there, thank you for allowing this for use under the Attribution 2.0 generic license. I recently used this image to illustrate an article in 'the environmentalist' magazine. If you would like, you can contact me at jay.thompson@consil.co.uk


    Best regards
  • Sesshaku 3y

    1shonda. I never went to the Upsala one, but on Glaciar Perito Moreno you can go to a guided excursion, and you can actually walk through the glacier, one of the most awesome moments of my childhood was entering an ice cave there was, the effects of light on ice are amazing.
  • perrychrispy 2y

    Out of thousands of photo's considered, yours was chosen for our Argentina app called Travel Costs (itunes.apple.com/us/artist/christopher-perry/id666273401 ) Thank you for making it Creative Commons :)
  • BeautifulNow 4mo

    Hi David!

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Taken on February 24, 2008
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