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Phil Armitage | A berg in Berg Lake! The Berg glacier, whose true size is rather hard to ascertain from across the lake, groans and creaks pretty regularly, but on the couple of occasions I've been there actual icebergs have mostly drifted away from the campground. So this bergy bit was cool to see.

Phil Armitage | A berg in Berg Lake! The Berg glacier, whose true size is rather hard to ascertain from across the lake, groans and creaks pretty regularly, but on the couple of occasions I've been there actual icebergs have mostly drifted away from the campground. So this bergy bit was cool to see.

Really cool photo set of ice bergs with color stripes.

Color Striped Icebergs in Antarctic

Occupying an area of 270 square kilometers (100 square miles), the Grey Glacier flows southward into the lake of the same name. Stretching over a length of 28 kilometers (17 miles), it looks like an impenetrable ice barrier.

Occupying an area of 270 square kilometers (100 square miles), the Grey Glacier flows southward into the lake of the same name. Stretching over a length of 28 kilometers (17 miles), it looks like an impenetrable ice barrier.

Photograph by Jeff McNeill  In this remarkable capture we see a multicolored striped iceberg spotted somewhere near Antarctica, about 2,700 km south of Cape Town, South Africa.

Photograph by Jeff McNeill In this remarkable capture we see a multicolored striped iceberg spotted somewhere near Antarctica, about 2,700 km south of Cape Town, South Africa.

An aerial view of Lake Meighan and Survey Canyon, in Greenland. The ablated surface reveals abandoned meltwater channels from an earlier time.

Photos: Photos from Chasing Ice, James Balog’s Chronicle of Melting Polar Glaciers

An aerial view of Lake Meighan and Survey Canyon, in Greenland. The ablated surface reveals abandoned meltwater channels from an earlier time.

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