1. Defrosting a Building -: Icescapes Inside a Historic Chicago Cold Storage Facility.

    (Source: from89)

  2. (Source: textless, via dendroica)

  3. dendroica:

A massive slice of a glacier crashes into the sea, scaring a flock of seabirds. The huge slab of ice slipped from the Chenega Glacier into the ocean at Prince William Sound, Alaska, and was caught on camera by photographer Jon Cornforth. Picture: JON CORNFORTH / CATERS NEWS (via Pictures of the day: 13 December 2012 - Telegraph)

    dendroica:

    A massive slice of a glacier crashes into the sea, scaring a flock of seabirds. The huge slab of ice slipped from the Chenega Glacier into the ocean at Prince William Sound, Alaska, and was caught on camera by photographer Jon Cornforth. Picture: JON CORNFORTH / CATERS NEWS (via Pictures of the day: 13 December 2012 - Telegraph)

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  4. Moscow, Russia-based photographer Andrew Osokin captures tiny, fragile snowflakes that exist in the harsh, cold winter.

    In his series of macro photographs, he reveals the flakes of snow that would normally go unnoticed, and get crushed up under our feet or into a snowman.

    The individual shots show the complex, mesmerizing geometry of snowflakes that are almost magically created—reflecting the tiny details in this large universe—before being melted away forever.

    [via Andrew Osokin]

    Beautiful Macro Shots Of Snowflakes
  5. dailyproductdesigns:

    Mustache Ice Cube Tray
    You can purchase this product here for $12.

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  7. fuckyeahfluiddynamics:

    Icing on airplane wings remains little understood and a major hazard. These photos show examples of ice formation along the leading edge of a swept wing. If an aircraft flies through a cloud of supercooled water droplets, the droplets will freeze shortly after impact with the aircraft’s wings. As ice continues to build up in strange shapes, the aerodynamic profile of the wing changes, which can lead to disastrous effects as the stall and control characteristics of the wing shift. (Photo credit: NASA Glenn Research Center)

  8. llbwwb:

Thin ice (by Andras Jancsik)

    llbwwb:

    Thin ice (by Andras Jancsik)

  9. madamesommersprosse:

Berries Sorbet & Lavender Shortbread Cookies Sorbet Sandwiches via Tartelette

    madamesommersprosse:

    Berries Sorbet & Lavender Shortbread Cookies Sorbet Sandwiches via Tartelette

  10. callea:

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