Tip of the Iceberg, Greenland September 12, 2017 by Michael Lai in A Photo a Week, Travel, Travel Greenland, Travel Theme, Travel USA, Weekly Photo Challenge, Wordless Wednesday and tagged blue, greenland, iceberg The scale of this iceberg is unbelievable. This is only the tip of the iceberg. Just wonder how deep it extends. Rate this:Share this:TwitterFacebookEmailLike this:Like Loading... Related
Quite immense. Looks like a scene from a film. Great photo!
I remember there was a film about Antarctica which has a similar shot . . . . .
We must do more to preserve such wonderful spaces such as Greenland. Lovely picture, by the way.
More ice will melt with global warming and there will be more Irma etc . . . . . . .
Magnificent! I’ve heard that only about one third shows above water. Correct me if I am wrong.
The iceberg will submerge to a level where the buoyancy is equal to the weight of the whole iceberg.
Wow! Thanks for that.
You are welcome.
Oh my! This is such an incredible shot – makes one feel very small!
We are indeed very small in the whole scheme of things!
Great shot. Micheal.
I’ve been told that, as a rule of thumb, what you see above the water is only 1/10 of the total iceberg bulk…
Yes, governed by the law of buoyancy.