Pleneau Bay:

Photograph by Jonathan Green, My Shot:

Even with my dry suit, this split shot took so much time that I was frozen. Using a housing on my Nikon D200 with 12mm lens and fish-eye port, I was able to capture the mass of ice that represents the greater part of an iceberg under the water. The conditions off Pleneau Island, close to the Antarctic Circle on the peninsula, were near perfect with a clear blue day, bright sunshine, and crystal clear water. A day to remember and a moment never to be forgotten.

(via Your Antarctica Photos — National Geographic)

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