DOUG ALLAN / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY DOUG ALLAN / SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY
Iceberg framed by icicles shining in the sunlight. Icebergs are floating chunks of ice that have broken off from an ice sheet or a glacier. Icicles are tapering structures formed by the freezing of slowly dripping water that is usually meltwater. Photographed on Signy Island, in the South Orkney Islands of the Weddell Sea, Antarctica.
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