Iceberg

This is a view of just one piece of B-15Y – one of the pieces of the largest iceberg ever recorded. B-15 itself was 100 miles long when it broke off from the ice shelf of Antartica in the Ross Sea. It was moved by the circumpolar current to this location, in the Antarctic Sound and as it moved, it broke into pieces. Each piece was labeled with a letter. The “y” designation means it was the 25th piece of the original iceberg to break off. When it broke off, B-15y was “only” ten miles across. the ice face is about 150 high.

Edition A19(l)x13(h)$200
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Edition C29(l)x19(h)$450
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