I stood for hours in front of this scene, waiting for bits of the world's most active glacier to calve. As promised, the beautiful turquoise ice eventually crashed into Lake Argentina, and I regarded that 50 meter chuck of ice with jealously. It was January in Patagonia, and although that means summer in the southern hemisphere, I wasn't expecting the sun to be so scorching at that height. A dip in the icy waters would have been welcome. Every few minutes a small section of the glacier would fall into the water, leaving no doubt as to the power that nature possesses.
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