Ice Hikers

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Ice Hikers, South Islands, New Zealand, 2002

Hikers negotiate a crevasse on Franz Josef Glacier in South Island, New Zealand. This highly accessible river of ice begins in the peaks of the Southern Alps, but flows some 8,000 vertical feet (2,400 vertical meters) into the lush rain forest of New Zealand’s Westlands National Park.


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    pi_neutrino

    Hikers negotiate a crevasse on Franz Josef Glacier in THE South Island, New Zealand.

    #makecasemdsgreatagain

    jump you fucker.

    Dacianprick

    “Hey guyz I got a great picture of… hey wait for me!”

    Dacianprick

    or … guess which one is the woman