Guy Captures Extremely Rare Photos Of What Underneath An Iceberg Looks Like

Iceberg flips are an extremely rare phenomena and usually only occur below the surface of the sea.

Some are even powerful enough to cause dangerous tsunamis that can easily overtake ships in its path.

In late December, photographer Alex Cornell, was on an expedition in Antarctica when he witnessed a massive iceberg flip, revealing a magnificent translucent blue underside not yet covered in snow or debris.

The photos he captured of it were absolutely spectacular.







Approximately 90% of iceberg flips occur beneath the surface. You can check out more of Cornell’s work over at his website, and you can also buy prints here.

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