When the ice started to melt in Olden Camping Gytri, Norway, it did so in a very particular way. The shift of the frozen water splinters and cracks the ice, creating thousands and thousands of ice shards. The movement of the lake created small waves of ice that resemble piles of broken glass.
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Next, Cacimba de Areia, Paraíba, Brazil has experienced horrendous amounts of rainfall and has left many there stranded by the floods. The bridge that was supposed to carry people across in case of flooding collapsed three years ago and the local government hasn't fixed it. So the locals built a makeshift zip line, to carry people and goods over the water.