We have a uniquely shaped floating iceberg.
My journey through the dark waters of Antarctica still ranks among the most memorable trips in my life. Everywhere one turns, you find new photographic opportunities. With the long days in December, I was constantly either on the ship's deck of the scientific icebreaker or exploring in a zodiac boat.
This Antarctica iceberg is very long and quite unusual. Every hundred feet reveals a new landscape. One section of the iceberg looks like a tall foreboding seaside cliff, while other parts of the floating ice mountain are battered with holes and crevices. The wall art photo of this iceberg reminds me of the shipwreck I photographed in the Bahamas - the SS Spanona.