A rare photo of an inverted iceberg
The unusual photos published, the expedition to Antarctica, who sailed around the continent in December 2014. The expedition was a photographer Alex Cornell, who photographed a rare phenomenon - an inverted iceberg. Pictures of the "blue giant" made in the Drake Passage, reports The Daily Mail.
Capsizing icebergs is quite rare, since 90% of the ice is usually under water. This underwater ice has incredible color and structure cleared of snow.
The scientists argue that the blue is an indicator of the iceberg of age. This lump, presumably, hundreds of thousands of years.
Photos immediately became very popular on the Internet.