1. Jökulsárlón, Iceland
This melting scene is taking place at night time, during midsummer in Iceland, when the sun continues to shine day-long.
2. Jutting iceberg, Antarctica
The phrase 'tip of the iceberg', comes from the fact that only around 10% of an iceberg can be seen floating above the waters, as this image perfectly illustrates.
3. An iceberg, Greenland
The weather in this part of the world is so stormy that icebergs are often molded into sublime windswept forms, such as this glorious cake-like giant.
4. Scotia Sea, Antarctica
This ice formation is incredibly ancient, and the group of chinstrap penguins enjoying its crystalline palace show how important it is to the environment.
5. Los Glaciares National Park, Argentina
Incredibly, the Americas have many icebergs at both ends. Here down in Argentina you can see some very textured examples.
6. An iceberg adrift, location unknown
Whether they come from the northern or southern hemisphere, there are hundreds of thousands of icebergs, cut adrift from their glacier birth places, aimlessly floating around our oceans.
7. An eagle ponders his lunch, location unknown
Many icebergs are estimated to be as much as 30,000 years old. They form from ancient snowflakes compressed over time that break away into great, giant lumps.
8. An upside down iceberg, location unknown
This iceberg actually managed to become flipped the other way around due to imbalances in its body form, offering a rare glimpse at the base of an iceberg.
9. Iceberg Alley, Antarctica
Lying in the western Weddell sea, this region showcases some particularly prehistoric icebergs. In this image, it's only thanks to the position of the birds that we can tell where the sky and land even are.
10. A degraded iceberg, location unknown
Just like with land, it is perfectly natural for icebergs to disintegrate over time. They age very slowly though. This iceberg is clearly falling apart, and will one day be no longer with us. Such is time.
11. Gerlache Passage, Antarctica
The waters here are so very calm. So, because of these gentle waters and light waves, this iceberg has been sculpted into a unique form. Rarely will you see two the same.
12. A rolled-over iceberg, location unknown
The make up of an old iceberg is complex, full of various ages' minerals and sediment. You can see this in the marble-effect of the iceberg's layers.
13. Jakobshavn, Greenland
Look at this ocean-liner sized iceberg floating off during the summer! At a distance it would be hard not to think you were staring at a fluffy cloud, such is the brilliant white it beams back at us.
14. A jutting iceberg, location unknown
Some of these obscure icebergs look like incredible mountain peaks. Aren't these wonders of nature so utterly spellbinding! The thrill I get from staring at this devastating pinnacle fills me with awe, and not a little fear too.
15. Ilulissat Icefjord, Greenland
This is Sermeq Kujalleq, thought to be the Northern Hemisphere region with the most glacier productivity. Here is the place where new icebergs are born, and mature icebergs grow in bulk and luster.
16. Vatnajökull National Park, Iceland
In a dull scene, such as at this frozen glacial lake, under a grey sky, an ice-berg can really brighten things up with some spectacular colors pouring into the eye.
17. Inside Passage, Alaska
Though we would describe many of these icebergs' color as blue, this is actually an illusion. The eldest icebergs are so compact that they do not refract any light.
18. Antarctica, near the Shetland Islands