Its Ice Photo Wednesday on Facebook and #IcePhoto on Twitter. Today is the day to share your love of ice, cold and snow with the rest of the world. Mine? A tidewater glacier on Svalbard during last week's Lindblad Expeditions and National Geographic Expeditions adventure in the Arctic. Yours?

A tidewater glacier on Svalbard during last week s Lindblad Expeditions and National Geographic Expeditions adventure in the Arctic.

Today is Ice Photo Wednesday run by Polar Explorer Eric Larsen (www.ericlarsenexplore.com) on Facebook (see his page) and #IcePhoto on Twitter.

Ice Photo Wednesday is the day, when anyone are welcome to share their love of ice, cold and snow with the rest of the world. How does it work?

Every morning on Wednesday, Eric Larsen – it was him, who invented the event – announces the start of The Ice Photo Day. He publishes his own fascinating “ice” photographs and ask his readers and followers to do the same… And you know what? People do share pictures of gorgeous ice and magnificant snow.

When Eric see new pics, he resharing them on his Facebook and Twitter accounts and give their authors big publicity and promotion. If the famous American explorer is online… hey, he can be connected even from the Arctic or the Everest top, you might see his fantastic photographs.

Give a try and join Eric on his facebook page and Twitter using the hashtag #IcePhoto.

Meanwhile, enjoy Mr. Larsen’s ice photographs of the Arctic Ocean, Norway’s Svalbard, and Everest!

Saying a lot of sincere thanks to him for permission to show his pics on ColdUnited.com. It’s a big honor! Here and further all captions to ice photographs are given by Eric Larsen himself.

More ice!

More ice!

Remember, it's cool to be cold!

Remember, it's cool to be cold!

Cooling you off with an Ice photo...

Cooling you off with an Ice photo...

Incredible week in Svalbard. Definitely great to be back in the land of ice!

Incredible week in Svalbard. Definitely great to be back in the land of ice!

Does the warm weather mean that I am running out of IcePhotos? Absolutely not! Time to share the cold, snow and ice. This week: Hoar frost on the Arctic Ocean.

Does the warm weather mean that I am running out of IcePhotos? Absolutely not! Time to share the cold, snow and ice. This week: Hoar frost on the Arctic Ocean.

Sharing my love of ice, cold and snow with the rest of the world... Sea Ice while flying over Svalbard.

Sharing my love of ice, cold and snow with the rest of the world... Sea Ice while flying over Svalbard.

On Everest looking back toward Camp 1.

On Everest looking back toward Camp 1.

See tons of magic ice pictures on Facebook and Twitter.

Who is Eric Larsen?
In November 2009 Polar explorer Eric Larsen began the Save the Poles Expedition a first-ever journey to the South Pole, North Pole and summit of Mt. Everest in a continuous 365-day period. His purpose? To travel to the “front lines” of global warming to document the changes occurring in these last great frozen places.
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