Saturday, June 09, 2007

Pinnacle Ice Berg - Freshwater Bay

No two ice bergs are the same but they can be catregorized by descriptions of shape and size, such as tabular, blocky, wedge and pinnacle. This is a pinnacle iceberg near St. John's Harbour. When the middle melts out, it becomes known as a dry dock, resembling the docks for repairing ships.

1 comment:

Karen said...

Fantastic!!! Looks like you were in a plane, great vantage point for this berg.