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Mount Asgard in the Baffin Mountains, Nunavut, Canada ..photo: 'Over the Asgard' by Artur Stanisz
Once a water nymph with long flowing hair was sitting on the ground. Erich Schütz, from Historie von der schönen Lau (The story of Lau, the beautiful water nymph), by Eduard Friedrich Mörike, Vienna, 1921. (Source: archive.org)
50 Amazing Places to Go in Canada (PHOTOS)
Straddling the border with the United States, Niagara Falls is one of the most famous waterfalls in the world. This waterfall sees an unstoppable flow of rushing water flow over it all year long - making it the biggest falls in the world in terms of sheer volume. According to Lonely Planet, more than a million bathtubs of water plummet downward every second.
Icing on the ice - My last backpacking trip took me again to the glacier. I was exploring this frozen beauty and going deeper and deeper. When I entered a big crevasse I was surprised to find a small creek flowing at the bottom of it. I followed the water and ended up in the ice cave. The ice formations that I found there surprised me with their shapes and beauty. The creek itself was beautiful and finding the icicles was like adding icing on the cake. Your comments are always welcome…
CANADA "Hallan un 'oasis' subterráneo aislado del mundo durante 2.600 millones de años". 16 May 2013. (IPITIMES.COM ® /New York. FUENTE: FT).
Iced Waves - I took this icy abstract in mid November while hiking the group of Joffre Peaks in British Columbia, Canada. I wouldn't be myself without going inside one of the crevasses located at the edge of the Anniversary Glacier. This particular crevasse ended with a tunnel that in the summer, when snow and ice melt turns into a stream of water that rushes down. At that time when I took this photo it was too cold for water to flow, but ice formations created the illusion of being…
CIENCIA - MARTE "Curiosity descubre rastro de un antiguo río en Marte". J., 30 May 2013. (IPITIMES.COM ® /New York. FUENTE: RT).