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Some of the icebergs are primarily ice and others are like this one we found in Northeast Greenland. The first thing which caught my attention was the amount of blue which was in the snow and ice on this berg. From there your attention changes to the details in the iceberg and in this one the varying layers. This all is dependent on not only the position of the ice in the glacier but also how it was formed. The details on this one reminded me almost of a sponge, but I also knew that it was much more solid than a sponge.
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