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Living on Ice

December 11th, 2006

A floating colony, Antarctica 2006. Photo taken with a Canon IXUS 500.

Comments from the Community

Posted By: adolfocastillor from yahoo.com
about 17 years, 4 months ago
Posted By: tiger32kw from gmail.com
about 17 years, 4 months ago
Amazing Picture
Posted By: aph3x from aph3x.com
about 17 years, 4 months ago
Are you with the BAS or Americans down there?
Posted By: jonathan.dewar from gmail.com
about 17 years, 4 months ago
The way the the bottom portion of the iceberg can be seen through the water like that is just surreal. It's almost creepy looking. Utterly fantastic.
Posted By: mromecin from hotmail.com
about 17 years, 4 months ago
are they dead? i can see what appears to be red staining on the ice berg itself!
Posted By: bigbeatking from gmail.com
about 17 years, 4 months ago
This is just gorgeous. Completely surreal realism... I love it.
Posted By: Farron
about 17 years, 3 months ago
They don't look dead to me... where do you see red? All I see is an amazing photograph that has been on my desktop for over a month now. ;) I agree it definitely has a surreal quality to it, almost so much so that I forget someone was actually there to take this photograph.
Posted By: jjessup
about 16 years, 9 months ago
Posted By: benno_hew
about 16 years, 6 months ago
Thanks guys,
The red stuff is seal poop :)
Posted By: Victor Song
about 16 years ago
Wow. it is just nice to see natural science criss-cross with photography. well, I mean. I do't mean amateur photographers who are actually part of NSF or something XD.

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