Bombs pour out of a melted glacier in Italy. One of several stunning landscape photographs at Time’s Lightbox. It is one of the strangest, most unique landscape slide-shows I’ve ever seen!
A general view of some of the 200 pieces of World War I ammunition which emerged from a melting glacier on a Trentino mountain peak. Each weighing between 7-10 kilos, the 85-100 mm caliber explosive devices were found at an altitude of 3,200 meters, when a once-perennial glacier on the Ago de Nardis peak partially melted due to a recent heat wave that reached into Italy’s highest peaks.