During a recent trip to Antarctica, designer and filmmaker Alex Cornell came across a breathtakingly beautiful iceberg that, unlike its icy neighbors, had a gem-like translucence and a striking aquamarine color. The unusual iceberg was an example of a rarely photographed phenomena–an iceberg that has recently inverted, revealing its normally hidden semi-translucent underside. Photos of the inverted iceberg can be viewed in Cornell’s Antarctica photo gallery and on his Instagram account.
photos by Alex Cornell
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