• logandude

    Hmm, and the old dude is the only one actually looking at the glacier rather than at some electronic device. I guess if you don’t have the picture, it didn’t happen.

    • LittleBluePenguin

      That is EXACTLY what I was thinking! Obviously it’s nice to have photos of places you’ve been, but I would think one would want to actually experience your environment before trying to just cram it into a snapshot.

      • Emmaleigh504

        Maybe the already experienced it and it was photo op time.

        • LittleBluePenguin

          to be clear, I wasn’t trying to criticize Mr. PoPville Shirt – it’s likely just as you said, experienced it then photo op, but I was just struck by all the people in the background who are staring at their phones, rather than the beauty – or other humans – around them…

          • textdoc

            This was my reaction too.

          • jonah

            This was a staged stop for photos. That is why everyone has their cameras and phones out.

          • LittleBluePenguin

            It looks amazing – i am very much hoping to get over to Iceland myself in the next year or so!

      • jonah

        OP here. We walked on the glacier for an hour probably at this point. We had plenty of time to experience the environment before and after the five minutes the tour stopped here. It was one of the deepest cravasses we could safely go in so our guide told us to take a break and take pics.

  • Anonymous

    How does one acquire one of these shirts?

    • At the next happy hour in June. Any requests as to where I do the next happy hour?

      • Ben

        Monday’s all-night happy hour at Petworth Citizen is always a blast :)


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