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Hey..ewe're like...well klevur and stuff....ewe must know the answer yes ?
Blue ice occurs when snow falls on a glacier, is compressed, and becomes part of a glacier that winds its way toward a body of water (river, lake, ocean, etc.). During its travels, air bubbles that are trapped in the ice are squeezed out, and the size of the ice crystals increases, making it clear.In some areas, earthquakes have raised the blue ice above the ground and created formations much like large frozen waves.The blue color is often wrongly attributed to Rayleigh scattering. Rather, ice is blue for the same reason water is blue: it is a result of an overtone of a oxygen-hydrogen (O-H) bond stretch in water which absorbs light at the red end of the visible spectrum
Yes, I took that piccy myself ewe know. Fortunately, the arctic is part of my gardens water feature !I'm surprised there has been no answer yet !...perhaps I should go ask my neighbour !
WoW !!Now we can join forces and take over the world, and nothing can stop us! Mwhahaahaaha......*runs into a banana peel and slips over and then bangs head onto concrete wall*