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Winter. Over Patagonia (photo)

Над зимней Патагонией

Siachen Glacier, Himalaya Mountains (photo)

Ледник Сиачен, Гималаи

Siachen Glacier it is the longest glacier in the Karakoram. The entire Siachen Glacier, with all major passes, is currently under the administration of India.

Patagonia Glaciers (photo)

Ледники Патагонии

Over Patagonia Ice Field (photo)

Над льдами Патагонии

Over Patagonia. South America (photo)

Над Патагонией. Южная Америка

Bezengi Glacier. Kabardino-Balkaria. Russia (photo)

Ледник Безенги. Кабардино-Балкария. Россия

San Quintin Glacier, Chile (photo)

Ледник Сан-Тадео (Сан-Кинтин), Чили

The San Quintín Glacier is the largest outflow glacier of the Northern Patagonian Ice Field in southern Chile. Its terminus is a piedmont lobe just short of the Gulf of Penas on the Pacific Ocean and just north of 47°S.

Southern Patagonia Glacial Field (photo)

Ледники Патагонии

Chico Glacier

South American Glaciers (photo)

Ледники Южной Америки

South American Glaciers. Viedma Lake (photo)

Ледники Южной Америки - озеро Вьедма

Viedma Lake long in southern Patagonia near the border between Chile and Argentina. It’s a major elongated trough lake formed from melting glacial ice. The name of the lake comes from the Spanish explorer Antonio de Viedma, who in 1783 reached its shores, being the first European to do so.

South American Glaciers (photo)

Ледники Южной Америки

The lake known as O’Higgins in Chile and San Martín in Argentina is located around coordinates 48°50′S 72°36′W in Patagonia, between the Aysén del General Carlos Ibáñez del Campo Region and the Santa Cruz Province.

Gigantic Glaciers in Pamir Mountains (photo)

Ледники Памира

South American Glaciers under the Clouds (photo)

Ледники Южной Америки под облаками

Glaciers of Alaska (photo)

Ледники Аляски

Bering Glacier Malaspina Glacier

Southern Patagonia Ice Field (South America) (photo)

Ледники Южной Америки

Southern Patagonia Ice Field. Argentina and Chile Border. In the foreground are seen the state of the Earth’s climate sensors.