Iceberg Of Newfoundland
On a kayaking trip off the coast of Newfoundland, Canada, the photographer came across this odd-looking iceberg. Although icebergs are not unusual to come across in this country’s Atlantic region, clearly there is something different about this particular one. Almost a perfect and clear slanted line, only part of the iceberg appears to be transparent. This occurs when snow freezes at different points in time, which results in the folds, layers, as well as the density of the ice causing this unusual formation. It looks like the world’s most beautiful natural ice slide.