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Falling Ice #HubsPhoto

A tale of opposites this week.

falling ice in Iceland

“Falling Ice Glacier”
The name of this spectacular alpine glacier, Fjallsjökull, means “falling ice glacier” in Icelandic. It extends down the mountain from the icecap glacier on top of Öræfajökull, a large active volcano in southeast Iceland. Copyright by WyoJones. All rights reserved. Used with permission.

The fact that this extends down to a volcano is very interesting. Nothing like sharp contrasts to make life — and possibly my fiction — more interesting. I know the hubs stayed in an active volcano area (not sure if it was this one!), and had to give contact info in case of an eruption. [insert alarmed look here]

He didn’t tell me about the active volcano until they got home. haha

These photos are definitely stirring my Project Enterprise juices.

Hopefully they don’t make you feel too chilly!

Perilously yours,


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