There are lots of different names for
different kinds of ice.
Large pieces of ice that were once part of an iceberg that
broke up are known as "bergy bits" if they are too small to be considered
as icebergs themselves. I never did discover when a "bergy bit"
was big enough to be a "berg", I think it's a matter of opinion!
These bergy bits are trapped in the frozen sea-ice
in the winter making it possible to walk out to them. In the distance
can be seen trapped icebergs and the long low landmass of a nearby
island, the two peaks to the left are about 40 miles (64 kilometres)
Paul Ward - Pentax equipment,
50mm lens, 35mm film, K64.
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