Jonathan Pozniak‘s collection of icebergs from Antarctica, Greenland, Iceland, Alaska, and Svalbard was shot portrait style to reflect human cycles of life, death, and regeneration. Only within these images does time stand still, as each iceberg has melted in its entirety and in one single frame serves as a preservation of something that no longer exists.
Very cool (pardon the pun)
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Icebergs are fascinating…beautiful photos, here!
Mother Nature certainly keep us in awe of her work. To be a witness to it is breath taking. I will probably never see these Icebergs in person but now I have seen them in all their glory. Thank you for sharing. :o)