The appearance of an iceberg is always changing. From the way the light hits the ice and the ever changing effects of the water of the piece of ice. An iceberg may have been in its current disposition for some time or it may constantly be rolling which usually happens after a piece calves from the berg. As the ice touches the water you can always find some interesting textures. This is due to the ever changing effects of the water on the structure as you can see in this image. What drew me to take this picture was the curving line amongst the layers of ice on the berg. This allows you to see the different shades of color in the ice and also wonder how long it has been since some of the ice had pealed off of the iceberg.