A remarkable iceberg shows an abstract sculpture that has a Loch Ness shape. Indeed an impressive looking iceberg that catches the beautifully first golden light of the sunrise. At the same time, the ice pieces floating behind it remain in the shade. The golden light bounces off the water and adds specks of golf to the crevices of that abstract iceberg.
An iceberg is a big piece of ice that is calving from a glacier and subsequently floats in the Arctic sea. Like that iceberg in the Loch Ness shape. They are pieces of glaciers that have fallen off and slipped into the ocean. We often see that icebergs look blue. Because they cannot absorb any other color, but they can incorporate blue. However, in this photograph, the ice seems somewhat golden. Although it is golden from the sunrise light, beneath the surface, you can see some darker colors. That is from airborne dust from volcanic eruptions, or the wind that falls on a glacier and becomes trapped inside, forming a noticeably darkened brown or black layer.
We only see 10% of the iceberg above water; the rest of the 90% is below the surface. This fact brought about the saying “tip of the iceberg.” Its maximum width is generally 20-30% bigger than you can see on the surface.
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