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> Beach-combing After the Storm, A Walk Along the Shore, An Iceberg
post Jul 26 2005, 02:43 PM
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July 20, 2005

Late evening (10-11:30 PM)

While walking along the shore following the storm I spied this iceberg. Notice in the picture how small the ice berg seems.

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As the iceberg drifts closer to shore, it appears to be somewhat larger.

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Not until the iceberg washes ashore does its full size become apparent

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vividly illustrating how much (nearly 90%) of an iceberg remains underwater.

Up close, the iceberg looks like this:

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I was amazed at the ice “sculptures” lying along the beach. The wind, rain, water, shorelines, rocks, and waves have combined to create many amazing pieces of art. This near-perfect triangular-shaped ice reminded me of a diamond.

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