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Amazing photo of an iceberg. This photo illustrates that what we see on the surface as big is simply a small portion of the iceberg. Beneath the water surface lies the bulk of the berg.

Split View Iceberg, Greenland

Split View Iceberg, Greenland

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Jade Iceberg, Antarctica

Marine ice - Jade and striped icebergs form when seawater freezes to the underside of massive ice shelves. When chunks of ice break off from the ice shelf and overturn, the jade underside is revealed.

Iceberg in a deep blue , from Iryna

The Tip of the Iceburg, Ralph A Clevenger - The image is a composite of four different photos: the iceberg top was shot in Antarctica; the iceberg bottom was shot in Alaska (and was taken above the water); and the sky and water shots are from California.

Cold Antarctica >>> This image is a stunner.

Those penguins look 'all at sea ', but the beauty of the blue ice is obvious to all , just hope our future generations are left with an almost non-existent South Pole , and same applies to Polar bears at North Pole too ✔️

Antarctica

A: Icebergs. They are really blue not white".I was told by a ships captain daughter who takes people as close to icebergs as possible near the Antarctic.

❄ A MidWinter's Night's Dream❄ Antarctic Blues.By Artist John Chardine.

Lighthouses of S Africa Stompneusbaai (Blunt Nose Bay) is not a Lighthouse but a Lead Light. The area was bought to establish Shelly Point Estate and the owner who was a Lighthouse enthusiast built this structure. A seal was on the rocks near the “Lighthouse.” Posted by Joe Viljoen

Stompneusbaai (Blunt Nose Bay) is not a Lighthouse but a Lead Light. The area was bought to establish Shelly Point Estate and the owner who was a Lighthouse enthusiast built this structure

Wonder Tree Klamath, California Where there's a will, there's a way.

Wonder Tree Klamath, California Where there's a will, there's a way.

When the Aquarium opened in 1984, Lucile Packard—the visionary of our volunteer program and wife of David Packard—exclaimed, “In my long life, I've never been able to see what's down there. Now, at last, all of us can." 30 years on, this view hasn't aged one bit.  Thanks to visitor @gedharding for the amazing photo! #montereybayaquarium #idliketobe #underthesea #inakelpforestgarden #inthebay

When the Aquarium opened in 1984, Lucile Packard—the visionary of our volunteer program and wife of David Packard—exclaimed, “In my long life, I've never been able to see what's down there. Now, at last, all of us can." 30 years on, this view hasn't aged one bit. Thanks to visitor @gedharding for the amazing photo! #montereybayaquarium #idliketobe #underthesea #inakelpforestgarden #inthebay

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