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1312-1 - A very icy cold morning on Hornsea Mere as the boats and jetty are prepared for the days tourists, Hornsea, East Yorkshire, Yorkshire, England, United Kingdom, Europe
911-10667 - Looking down into the Langdale Valley above valley mist formed by a temperature inversion on Loughrigg, near Ambleside in the Lake District National Park. Localised warming has caused this very rare weather phenomenon, and lifted the mist up into a volcano shape.
832-136109 - Pine trees killed by an outbreak of mountain pine beetles which killed millions of acres of pine trees in the American west; scientists expect the problem to worsen due to global warming, because very cold weather is needed to kill the beetles, Grand Lake
817-424329 - Severe winter, frozen car trapped in ice, Versoix, canton of Geneva, Lake Geneva region, Lake Geneva shore, Switzerland, water was blown out from the lake by very strong wind and at very low temperature it got frozen immediately
1012-26 - Orca (Orcinus orca) swimming underwater. Water is very dark because the orca enter Norwegian fjords in middle of winter to feed on herring. Svolvaer, Norway (restrictred resolution - please contact us)
1012-28 - Orca (Orcinus orca) swimming in dark water. Water is very dark because the orca enter Norwegian fjords in middle of winter to feed on herring. Svolvaer, Norway (restrictred resolution - please contact us)
1012-27 - Two Orcas (Orcinus orca) swimming away from camera. Water is very dark because the orca enter Norwegian fjords in middle of winter to feed on herring. Svolvaer, Norway (restrictred resolution - please contact us)
1012-25 - Orca (Orcinus orca) swimming underwater. Water is very dark because the orca enter Norwegian fjords in middle of winter to feed on herring. Svolvaer, Norway (restrictred resolution - please contact us)
1012-29 - Orca (Orcinus orca). Group swimming in dark water. Water is very dark because the orca enter Norwegian fjords in middle of winter to feed on herring. Svolvaer, Norway (restrictred resolution - please contact us)
1012-30 - Orca (Orcinus orca) swimming underwater. Water is very dark because the orca enter Norwegian fjords in middle of winter to feed on herring. Svolvaer, Norway (restrictred resolution - please contact us)
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