Everyone should check To The Artic in IMAX its showing the lives of Polar Bear and other animals and their struggle with the melting ice. We should all help to take care and preserve them and the artic.
Ice Cave in Skaftafell, Iceland This ice cave in Skaftafell appeared as a result of glacial mill. Inside this picturesque cave, one can even hear the cracking sound of the moving glacier. Rain and melted ice form the streams on the sides of this ice cave. At daytime when indirect daylight creeps into the tunnel, the mysterious play of sunbeams on ice bubbles can easily be observed.
Grüner See (Green Lake), Tragöß, Austria. For half of the year, Tragöß, Austria has a very normal, picturesque park features meadows, trees, stone paths, benches, and a bridge. Come spring though and it becomes something very special. As snow and ice melt, the runoff from the mountains floods Grüner. While the lake itself is only a one or two meters deep in the winter, it reaches depths of eleven meters (33 feet) and leaves the entire park underwater from May through the end of July.
USA (Alaska): Horsetail Falls Waterfall, located on Richardson Highway in Keystone Canyon, Valdez. Watercourse: Wortman's Glacier Ice Melt. Waterfall Height: 330. This picturesque fall is fed by snow and ice melt and empties into the Lowe River. The roadside pullout is next to the waterfall land provides easy access to it with plent of parking. There is often a local artist selling her work.