Icebergs

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Melting Iceberg, Antarctica 2007 (diptych)

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Giant Tabular Iceberg in Fog, Antarctica 2007

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Iceberg Remains, Antarctica 2007

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Weddell Sea Entrance, Antarctica 2007

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Iceberg #01, Greenland 2007

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Iceberg #05, Greenland 2007

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Iceberg #06, Greenland 2007

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Iceberg #02, Greenland 2007

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Iceberg #04, Greenland 2007

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Iceberg Near Deception Island, Antartica 2008

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Iceberg Near Browns Bluff, Antartica 2008

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Mercators Projection, Antarctica 2007

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Giant Tabular Iceberg in Fog, Antarctica 2007

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Icebergs Generating Fog, Antarctic Sound 2007

An iceberg is a large piece of ice from freshwater that has broken off from a snow-formed glacier or ice shelf and is floating in open water. It may subsequently become frozen into pack ice. Alternatively, it may come to rest on the seabed in shallower water, causing ice scour (also known as ice gouging) or becoming an ice island.

The photographs were taken by David Burdeny.
David was born in Winnipeg in 1968.
photographs can be purchased at younggalleryphoto.com, as well as contact the author.

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