Iceberg Flotilla Embayed with Rocks
$23.00 – $49.00
Being near these enormous icebergs so close to the shore – and with such vivid colours and sky – is an unforgettable experience. This collection of icebergs came down the Labrador coast on the Labrador Current as part of a single ice island that was 65 square kilometres in area – one single piece, visible from space! If you look closely in the top left of the photograph you may be able to see part of that extraordinary ice island before it finally broke up into thousands of icebergs.
I took this photograph while sailing in northern Newfoundland, Canada, in my steel sailboat. I’m a full-time sailor, author, illustrator and marine mechanic. I’m currently creating drawings for the Marine Diesel Basics project – a series of visual guides to all aspects of marine diesel systems. We remember faces much more easily than names, so it makes sense to learn and to remember using as much visual information as possible. Thanks for supporting the Marine Diesel Basics project.
• Alder, semi-hardwood frame
• White .75” thick frame
• Acrylite front protector
• Hanging hardware included
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