As we explored New Zealand we flew above Franz Josef Glacier, viewing the huge crevasses of blue ice. The resulting streams and lakes were a color of grey-blue I’d never seen.
Have you ever wondered what make the color “Glacier Blue?”
The silt is created when rocks underneath the surface of the ice are grinding from the movement of the glacier. The rock flour is very light and stays suspended in the river and lake water for a long time. The sunlight that reflects off this rock flour is what gives the water its spectacular grey-blue color.
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