Tuesday, March 05, 2019


Antarctic ocean.Today we encountered B15AA, a slab of tabular ice that broke off of the Antarctic shore in 2000. Still floating, after all these years. When we arrived, the whole beast was covered in fog. But I managed to get a glimpse of this mysterious iceberg. With an icy halo! Strange how the weather changes around a large iceberg: windy and cold with rough seas. We do not want to get too close, it's dangerous.

The sun behind the fog casts a silvery light over the ocean. The silver sea.

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