An emperor penguin is framed by a hole in an iceberg at Snow Hill Island rookery, off the east coast of the Antarctic peninsula by Sue Flood, one of the world’s only women to specialise in polar photography. #animals #wildlife #birds #penguin #antarctica #emperor penguins #emperor penguin
Photo @pedromcbride // A 120-foot tall iceberg arch in the Fish Islands of Antarctica finally gives way — in one crushing blast. Climate change is having varying effects in Antarctica with some regions being the fastest warming areas on earth and others experiencing increases in sea ice. #antarctica #climatechange
The icebergs in Iceland have mysterious black stripes, making them looking a bit like zebras. The black colors comes naturally when the icebergs travels to the sea picking up sediment, making these vivid contrast lines. It is a natural phenomenon making nature a bit more colorful and magical. Photo by Olgeir.