Photo Friday: New Zealand’s Fox Glacier

21 June 2019, by

This week’s Photo Friday features Fox Glacier, one of New Zealand’s most famous and dynamic glaciers.

Photo Friday: The Sentinel and Landsat Images of Pierre Markuse

14 June 2019, by

Pierre Markuse processes images of glaciers taken by European Space Agency and NASA satellites, which offer an opportunity to admire—and lament—the state of Earth’s cryosphere.

Photo Friday: Nelly Elagina’s View of Mount Elbrus

7 June 2019, by

A glacier researcher from the Russian Academy of Sciences’ Institute of Geography captures the beauty of the European continent’s tallest peak.

Photo Friday: Fi Bunn’s Alpine Images

17 May 2019, by

Photographer Fi Bunn discusses the allure of alpine settings that makes her return again and again to capture the peaks of southern Switzerland.

Photo Friday: US Glaciers Seen from Space

10 May 2019, by

Orbiting at an altitude of 250 miles, the International Space Station provides a spectacular vantage point from which NASA astronauts can capture images of the nation’s glaciers.

Photographing Transformation and Ethnographic Predicaments in Nepal’s Himalaya

8 May 2019, by

Pasang Yangjee Sherpa reflects on a photo exhibition hosted by the University of British Columbia highlighting a variety of transformations underway in Nepal.

Illustrating the Adventures of German Naturalist Alexander von Humboldt

7 May 2019, by

Lillian Melcher tells GlacierHub about her approach to illustrating a new graphic novel that depicts the travels and discoveries of the influential scientist.

Photo Friday: New Zealand’s Tasman Glacier

26 April 2019, by

The glacier is quickly retreating, but the Tasman Glacier still draws a crowd. A honeymooning couple share their visit to the Southern Alps.

Photo Friday: Norway’s Picturesque Sognefjord

12 April 2019, by

Nicknamed the King of the Fjords, Sognefjord is the longest and deepest fjord in Norway. This week’s Photo Friday captures Sognefjord’s beauty and expansiveness.

Photo Friday: Mount Baker Is Letting Off Some Steam

5 April 2019, by

This week’s Photo Friday features Mount Baker, a glacier-covered volcano in the North Cascades. Last week, a steam plume drew speculation about the potential for an eruption.

Photo Friday: The Shrinking Glaciers of the Altai Mountains

29 March 2019, by

This week’s Photo Friday features the receding glaciers of the Altai Mountains, which are located in East and Central Asia.

Photo Friday: Taurus Mountain Range and the Last of Turkey’s Glaciers

22 March 2019, by

Turkey was once home to several large glaciers, many residing in the Taurus mountain range. Over the last few decades, their areas of coverage has decreased tremendously with changes in climate. Very few glaciers exist today.