Incredible Pictures of Life Beneath 12mile Melting Alaskan Glacier

Stuart Woledge
Daily Mail
September 5, 2013


These photographs may look as if they have been taken on another planet, but they are actually the work of a creative maths teacher who travels to the wonder of nature that is Mendenhall Glacier each year to chart its ever-changing progress.

He is often accused of doctoring the images using CGI or Photoshop, but 31-year-old Kent Mearig insists that all he has to do to capture the stunning scene from beneath is to precisely line up the rising sun against the inside of the tunnels that form the ice sheet.

Other pictures show the details of this natural wonder formed by the continual melting and freezing of the glacier up-close.



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