Ice-bergs drift around the Southern Ocean carried
by the currents and blown by the winds. In the winter the sea-ice
freezes around them and effectively glues them in place until the
spring when the ice breaks up and they can begin to move again.
During this frozen-in time, it is
possible to travel out across the sea-ice and walk right up to the
bergs. This guy in the picture has an almost identical picture to
this - with me in front of the berg though.
Paul Ward - Pentax equipment,
50mm lens, 35mm film, K64.
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