Watching Sólheimajökull melt, by Mihnea Stoian | Unsplash
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Published onFebruary 22, 2017
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Watching Sólheimajökull melt

We went to Iceland in February to visit the land of ice and fire in the winter - ice caves, glacier walks, northern lights and hot pots under snow. Unfortunately 2017 has been so much warmer than normal - as warm as April or May usually are - that glaciers are melting away at unprecedented rates. The distance between where the photo is taken and the glacier has doubled in less than 12 months.

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