National Geographic : 1937 Dec
ONLY A GLACIER'S ROAR BREAKS THE SUMMER QUIET OF PIA BAY, WHILE "DORJUN" ROCKS GENTLY IN THE SHADOW OF THE PINNACLES Day and night the live ice cap thunders through the wilderness, twisting, cracking, and shedding huge splinters into the crystal water. Tierra del Fuegian glaciers flow in an area of about 85 miles long and 35 miles wide. Charles Darwin in 1834 saw huge icebergs, one 168 feet high, floating inthesea near here. Some ofthem carried massive blocks of granite scraped from the mountains as the frozen river ground its way toward the water.