Photographs of Icebergs 
Icebergs are large pieces of ice that broke off from a snow-formed  glacier or an iceshelf. Where a glacier meets the sea, humongous chunks  of ice break off from the face of the glacier; this is known as  “calving” and this is how many icebergs are “born.” Old icebergs may be  hundreds of thousands of years old. Many years of falling snow,  consisting of snow crystals by the countless billions, act like tiny  mirrors and reflect the light. Some icebergs are also formed by freezing  ocean water instead of snow and those areas are full of tiny air  bubbles. Beautiful bluish streaks that appear in some icebergs are  caused by the refreezing of melt water that previously filled very old  glacier ice crevasses. The very dense, very old ice captures the sun’s  light and allows only the high-energy blue wavelengths to escape. The  beautiful blue icebergs change colour and intensity according to the  position of the sun.
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Photographs of Icebergs 
Icebergs are large pieces of ice that broke off from a snow-formed  glacier or an iceshelf. Where a glacier meets the sea, humongous chunks  of ice break off from the face of the glacier; this is known as  “calving” and this is how many icebergs are “born.” Old icebergs may be  hundreds of thousands of years old. Many years of falling snow,  consisting of snow crystals by the countless billions, act like tiny  mirrors and reflect the light. Some icebergs are also formed by freezing  ocean water instead of snow and those areas are full of tiny air  bubbles. Beautiful bluish streaks that appear in some icebergs are  caused by the refreezing of melt water that previously filled very old  glacier ice crevasses. The very dense, very old ice captures the sun’s  light and allows only the high-energy blue wavelengths to escape. The  beautiful blue icebergs change colour and intensity according to the  position of the sun.
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Photographs of Icebergs 
Icebergs are large pieces of ice that broke off from a snow-formed  glacier or an iceshelf. Where a glacier meets the sea, humongous chunks  of ice break off from the face of the glacier; this is known as  “calving” and this is how many icebergs are “born.” Old icebergs may be  hundreds of thousands of years old. Many years of falling snow,  consisting of snow crystals by the countless billions, act like tiny  mirrors and reflect the light. Some icebergs are also formed by freezing  ocean water instead of snow and those areas are full of tiny air  bubbles. Beautiful bluish streaks that appear in some icebergs are  caused by the refreezing of melt water that previously filled very old  glacier ice crevasses. The very dense, very old ice captures the sun’s  light and allows only the high-energy blue wavelengths to escape. The  beautiful blue icebergs change colour and intensity according to the  position of the sun.
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Photographs of Icebergs 
Icebergs are large pieces of ice that broke off from a snow-formed  glacier or an iceshelf. Where a glacier meets the sea, humongous chunks  of ice break off from the face of the glacier; this is known as  “calving” and this is how many icebergs are “born.” Old icebergs may be  hundreds of thousands of years old. Many years of falling snow,  consisting of snow crystals by the countless billions, act like tiny  mirrors and reflect the light. Some icebergs are also formed by freezing  ocean water instead of snow and those areas are full of tiny air  bubbles. Beautiful bluish streaks that appear in some icebergs are  caused by the refreezing of melt water that previously filled very old  glacier ice crevasses. The very dense, very old ice captures the sun’s  light and allows only the high-energy blue wavelengths to escape. The  beautiful blue icebergs change colour and intensity according to the  position of the sun.
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Photographs of Icebergs 
Icebergs are large pieces of ice that broke off from a snow-formed  glacier or an iceshelf. Where a glacier meets the sea, humongous chunks  of ice break off from the face of the glacier; this is known as  “calving” and this is how many icebergs are “born.” Old icebergs may be  hundreds of thousands of years old. Many years of falling snow,  consisting of snow crystals by the countless billions, act like tiny  mirrors and reflect the light. Some icebergs are also formed by freezing  ocean water instead of snow and those areas are full of tiny air  bubbles. Beautiful bluish streaks that appear in some icebergs are  caused by the refreezing of melt water that previously filled very old  glacier ice crevasses. The very dense, very old ice captures the sun’s  light and allows only the high-energy blue wavelengths to escape. The  beautiful blue icebergs change colour and intensity according to the  position of the sun.
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Photographs of Icebergs

Icebergs are large pieces of ice that broke off from a snow-formed glacier or an iceshelf. Where a glacier meets the sea, humongous chunks of ice break off from the face of the glacier; this is known as “calving” and this is how many icebergs are “born.” Old icebergs may be hundreds of thousands of years old. Many years of falling snow, consisting of snow crystals by the countless billions, act like tiny mirrors and reflect the light. Some icebergs are also formed by freezing ocean water instead of snow and those areas are full of tiny air bubbles. Beautiful bluish streaks that appear in some icebergs are caused by the refreezing of melt water that previously filled very old glacier ice crevasses. The very dense, very old ice captures the sun’s light and allows only the high-energy blue wavelengths to escape. The beautiful blue icebergs change colour and intensity according to the position of the sun.

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Incredibly Colourful Magnified Grains of Sand

Viewed at an astounding magnification of over 250 times, tiny grains of sand are surprisingly colorful and extremely unique. Each piece is either a fragment of crystals, spiral fragments of shells or crumbs of volcanic rock.

To see these incredible images, Dr. Gary Greenberg goes through a painstakingly lengthy process. First he takes many photos from different points of focus. Then, he combines them using software to produce one spectacular image.

“It is incredible to think when you are walking on the beach you are standing on these tiny treasures,” says Greenberg.”

via http://sandgrains.com/ and ISI