Look and Learn: Be Inspired – Chasing Ice

Glacier Watching

Be Inspired

  1. Allow the media to inspire you.
  2. Get in touch with the feelings it inspires.
  3. Put these feelings into words – don’t worry if they don’t “make sense.”



  One thought on “Look and Learn: Be Inspired – Chasing Ice

  1. Ashlee
    February 12, 2013 at 5:05 am

    I can’t believe what I just saw. It’s a hard thing to explaine. Wow they have gone through a lot to get this done. This is proberly the most inspiring thing I’ve seen!!!! It went for 75 minutes!!! I really can’t believe this happens! But why does it happen, what causes it to. This is so amazing its incredible how long it goes for and just watching it. I feel like just that one video has taught me all about avalanchers and the snow and ice. Im excited but I don’t really know why it’s so exciting for me!!! OMG!!

  2. Ben
    February 12, 2013 at 9:44 am

    I am so looking forward to watching these videos right now my computer isn’t working very well so at the moment I am using my 3ds and it does not support flash. I can not wait to watch these videos!

  3. Rennae
    February 12, 2013 at 11:09 am

    I can’t believe what I just saw I mean glaciers the size of Manhattan. It’s actually really hard to explain. I reckon it’s incredable how long the avalanches go for they can last for ages. I would feel scared if I was near one of them because of how big they can get what if you weren’t that far away from it. I also feel exited even though I don’t know why. I have never seen anything like it. I would love to study avalanches so I can learn more about them and what sets them off.

  4. Heidie
    February 14, 2013 at 2:41 am

    OH MY GOSH!!! That was so huge! Your right guys. It is so hard to explain.
    I learnt that glaciers can go for long. I didnt even know untill I saw this AMAZING video. At the start I thought that they were to close but my dis-beleif turned into releif. So thats excellent! 🙂
    I agree with rennae that it is so incredible that glaciers can go for that long. In this video it just looks like gigantice snow storm thats tumbling down ice. Facinating I say.
    In the second video, I can beleive that they are putting electronics/technology in that kind of weather. Or maybe lets say…enviroment. Its not that good for it though. 😕 In the second video again, They go actually close to the snow hills and ice so its really FRIGHTENING ME. I dont want to watch a video where someone dies in it. But I know that the best teacher on the planet, Mrs Joyce wont put them kind of videos on our class blog! 🙂

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