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When the icebergs have been exposed to the air after they've broken from the glacier they progressively turn from clear blue to opaque white. Once white the dust from past volcanic explosions can be seen streaking through the ice. No two icebergs are the same all have the most bizarre weathered shapes. The still water of the lagoon mirrors them wonderfully. The longer lens compresses the shapes together.

Canon EOS 35mm with 100-300mm USM lens using Fuji Superia 200 colour negative film.

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