The polar vortex has finally cleared, and today it’s a balmy 26° F. (Seriously though, after five straight days of severe sub-zero temperatures, 26° feels downright tropical.) Despite the “heat wave,” there are still ten weeks until spring, so I picked out a few articles that champion that slippery winter staple: ice.
It’s easy to understand why many people thought Tony Travouillon’s Antarctic images were frozen waves. The curved shape and brilliant blue color is a perfect match to the breaks at Oahu. Truth is, they are a very rare sight, coming from layer upon layer of quickly compressed ice.
[The Daily Mail]
When you think of icebergs, colossal white and blue chunks spring to mind. However, some Antarctic ’bergs are striped with thick veins of yellow, green, and brown.
I like my drinks on the rocks, but I never knew there was so much science behind the cubes in my glass. It turns out that the key to a perfect cocktail starts with ice.
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