Real(Mislabeled) - Pinned as: "Frozen wave in Antarctica" - These freezing blue towers were created when ice was compressed and the trapped air bubbles were squeezed out. During the summer the surface ice melts and new ice layers compress on top. The ice appears blue because when when light passes through thick ice, blue light is transmitted back out but red light is absorbed.

The 'frozen wave': Stunning 50ft blue ice monolith captured in the Antarctic

Real(Mislabeled) - Pinned as: "Frozen wave in Antarctica" - These freezing blue towers were created when ice was compressed and the trapped air bubbles were squeezed out. During the summer the surface ice melts and new ice layers compress on top. The ice appears blue because when when light passes through thick ice, blue light is transmitted back out but red light is absorbed.

William Winrame captured the incredible moment a school of fish swarmed around him and other divers and formed a vortex (above)

Incredible photographs show a school of fish forming a 'tornado'

William Winrame captured the incredible moment a school of fish swarmed around him and other divers and formed a vortex (above)

William Winrame captured the incredible moment a school of fish swarmed around him and other divers and formed a vortex (above)

Incredible photographs show a school of fish forming a 'tornado'

William Winrame captured the incredible moment a school of fish swarmed around him and other divers and formed a vortex (above)

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