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Langjokull Glacier, Iceland. Caves are formed from either hot springs underneath glacier or meltwater from surface. Climber is 80 feet below surface of glacier

Male ice climber exploring ice cave, low angle view

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Langjokull Glacier, Iceland. Caves are formed from either hot springs underneath glacier or meltwater from surface. Climber is 80 feet below surface of glacier
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Tyler Stableford
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Stone
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