Rare and surreal images of recently-flipped icebergs

I’VE DEFINITELY VOWED to take more selfies this year, but damn, does the world really need another shot of my duck face when gorgeous, up-turned icebergs exist? While vacationing in Antarctica, photographer Alex Cornell made use of his skills by taking some amazing photographs of icebergs that had reversed their floating pattern. It’s not something that happens all of the time, and we’re lucky that Cornell was around to capture the moment.

You can see a few more shots from this trip on his Instagram account.

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