Sunday, September 30


For those not into Hispanic white-hooded penitent monks, these ice pinnacles are also known (especially amongst the French) as Seracs defined as "Pinnacles or pillars of ice of various shapes into which a glacier is broken up when it reaches a steep slope, numbers of crevasses being formed in all directions and crossing one another."

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