Beautiful 3D-Rendered Glaciers Look Like Watercolor Paintings - Icebergs appear small as they float on top of the water and below a dusty night sky. But, it’s a different story underneath the ocean. Hulking forms dip far into the water where the true mass of each glacier is revealed. This, coupled with Chaotic Atmosphere’s fantastic use of color, creates a moody, almost suspenseful scenes. The landscape looks tranquil, but we get these sense that anything could happen.
Turquoise ice in Northern Lake Baikal, Russia.
swayinghummingbirds: Desert Island (Source: g-rass, via v-o-g-u-e)
Ice shelves are formed by forces of gravity from ice along the shore. Gravity constantly pressures the movement of ice from the land to the shelf. Ice shelves lose mass when chunks break off and slide into the ocean water. Shelves gain mass by snow accumulation on the upper surface.