One of our first iceberg sightings. It wasn't particularly great other than it meant we were getting close...
...still, these were pretty impressive when you realized they were a couple stories tall.
The icebergs were all interesting. Tons of different shades of blue, shapes, and the tabular bergs were huge. Without anything to provide scale it was hard to tell how big they were.
More Blue Arches
Icebergs are fascinating in design. It's amazing how they formed.
Great light showing off details of the iceberg.
Approaching 66'33" the Antarctic Circle
As we approach the Antarctic Circle the icebergs got better and better. Awesome shapes, awesome colours.
Approaching the Matha Strait we pass by spectacular icebergs and Lavoisier Island.
Lavoisier Island with a foreground of awesome bergs
Some bergs looked like mini mountains. It would have been so awesome to be able to get on one and climb it.
The captain blew the ships horn, the champagne popped and we were there, the Antarctic Circle with Lavoisier Island as a backdrop.
Lavoisier Island was just amazing. It was about this point, on the top deck of The Vavilov, I stood there and thought "I'm here....I'm actually here..."
The iceberg back left reminded me of a grain elevator. Wouldn't surprise me if it was as big as one.
This was such a magical evening. Great light, stunning scenery.
Icebergs were like clouds, you started seeing other things in them. I still see a grain elevator.
Curvy Tabular Berg
I like the shape of this big guy.
Matha Strait was plugged full of ice so we had to relocate elsewhere for the evening but were able to get closer to Lavoisier Island.