A picture taken of consolidated pack-ice.
The ice that you see is mainly pack-ice, last years ice that formed
elsewhere, broke up and floated here. As the temperature dropped,
then this ice became stuck together by fast-ice, sea-water frozen
in situ and attached to the coast that acts as a glue for the loose
bits of pack. The ice-bergs that you see have been frozen in position
and will remain so until they are freed by the spring break-up
of the surrounding sea-ice.
Paul Ward - Pentax equipment,
200mm lens, 35mm film, K64.
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