Sharing moments in time…

Weekly Photo Challenge: H2O

It took me a long time to get to the last photo challenge but here is my interpretation of H2O – in 3 physical states.  I took this photo early on our trip to Svalbard, Norway.  This area was one of the first glaciers we came across after our first night on the good boat Polaris.  It was a gloomy morning until the sun started to burn off some of the clouds and the mist near the glacier.  I caught this scene just as the fog (gaseous H2O) was lifting over the Glaciers (solid) and the Fjord (liquid).  It was quite a spectacular sight – the photo does not do it justice but it was a great first morning on our Arctic journey…..

Serene and Scenic

Serene and Scenic


5 responses

  1. Charlie Hopkins

    Undoubtedly the water vapor is there. However, Water vapor is water in its gaseous state-instead of liquid or solid (ice). Water vapor is totally invisible. If you see a cloud, fog, or mist, these are all liquid water, not water vapor. … This “latent heat of condensation” is released again when the water vapor condenses to form cloud water.

    Sent from my iPhone Warm Regards, Charlie Hopkins


    October 11, 2016 at 7:40 pm

    • Charlie,
      I knew that but took a little poetic license as there IS vapour there – thanks for the correction 🙂

      October 12, 2016 at 2:31 pm

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  3. Gorgeous no matter the form.


    October 12, 2016 at 6:51 pm

    • Thanks Janet – the entire experience was amazing!

      October 30, 2016 at 2:09 pm

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