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Iceberg New Zealand


My first post of the new year and it is of ice, my new obsession, or so it seems.  Why am I fascinated by ice?  Because it is here today and gone tomorrow.  It’s not a cliche like so many images of the grand canyon.  Ice is in constant transition, usually the melting kind.  This little iceberg was shot in New Zealand.  I am sure that as the day went on it moved and melted and may have even turtled (which is roll over terms for icebergs).  I have lots of ice pictures and through out this year you will get to see even more.

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