Rolling blue waves hit the Antarctic coastline

These brilliant blue beauties, which look like tidal waves frozen at their highest point, were captured by French astrophysicist (and part-time photographer) Tony Travouillon as he traveled across Antarctica.

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Travouillen no longer spends his days in the frosty climates. Nowadays, he can be found in the much warmer Hawaiian Islands, where he works on the Thirty Meter Telescope project, a giant telescope planned to open in 2021. (Photo by Tony Travouillon)

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