Blue: eye, Polar Bear leaping, Blue feet, Igloo Part 2

As startling as a bright-blue eye, a central lagoon peers out (from Ecuador's Galápagos Islands).
The stark, rocky island teems with life at times—the brackish lagoon waters are favored by flamingos.

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The massive bulk of Garibaldi Glacier slowly spills into Garibaldi Fjord in Tierra del Fuego—the archipelago at the southern tip of South America.
The aquatic endpoint of such a glacier is known as a terminus.
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Though it's better known for shades of red, the Grand Canyon is shrouded in blue as night descends on its foggy, snow-covered walls.
The canyon's north rim is typically closed to vehicles in winter.

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Bathed in blue light, a gray wolf peers through the misty landscape of Yellowstone National Park in the U.S. West.
The animals were successfully reintroduced to the park in the mid-1990s after an absence of nearly seven decades.

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A homey-looking igloo lights up the stark landscape on a cold night in the Canadian Arctic.
 These temporary shelters were commonly used by indigenous peoples in the frigid North American Arctic.

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