It's the middle of winter in North America, so it shouldn't be hard to come up with images depicting "COLD" for the weekly Twitter photo forum #FriFotos.
With all the cold temperatures sweeping the country and heavy snowfall, you may have had your fill of "cold" images. Nevertheless, we have gone through our archives and have some inspiration for you. This image was made on a day earlier this year (brrrrrr).
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One of our favorite sites during our Alaska cruises was the time spent cruising Hubbard Glacier. If you've never been to Alaska we'll try to explain the experience. The ship slowly enters the bay and immediately you start to see chunks of floating ice passing you by. In the distance you hear the calving of the glacier (if you are fortunate) and see the blue glacial ice. It is quite the site to see, especially if there is another ship in the bay along with you.
The best vantage point is from your balcony or one of the open decks if you haven't booked a balcony cabin. We highly recommend a balcony for an Alaska cruise. You can go inside your cabin and warm up between photos if you want to.
It doesn't matter what side of the ship you are on because the captain will make a 360 degree journey so that everyone has the opportunity to see the glaciers. Here are a few of our favorite images. We'll post a few more for the forum as well.
Cruising Hubbard Glacier (click to view photo album on our FB fan page)
(click on the photos for larger view)
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