During my all-day boat trip through Glaciers National Park, I saw many uniquely shaped icebergs – pieces of ice that separated from the glaciers and floated by themselves through Lago Argentino (Lake Argentine), the biggest lake in Argentina.
Yet they weren’t really alone. Tiny pieces of ice that looked like they were taken from someone’s fridge and colored extra blue mingled with shapes that seem like creations of art. Some of these shapes were massive in size – long, tall or both.
If I remember correctly, the massive forms you will see in this week’s video drifted for fifteen kilometers away from Glacier Upsala.
Travelers facing the Patagonian winds in late winter – early spring, aboard the boat, tried to remind each other – and themselves – to save camera batteries and memory card space for the glaciers themselves. Nonetheless, surrounded by the beautiful winter-like creations above an exquisitely-colored lake, at the backdrop of beautiful mountains most of us kept snapping photos and videos all throughout the day.
Have you ever seen a glacier in real-life? Where’s your dream glacier located?