On an expedition to Antarctica, a photographer named Alex Cornell found one of natures most beautiful phenomena. What looks like a enormous rare gem floating peacefully in the water is actually a flipped iceberg. This rare occurrence stems from an imbalance in the water, and the blue tones you see in the video only last for a short few minutes before the pristine emerald structure is compromised by the elements. According to an interview in The Telegraph, Cornell said that this sighting was definitely unplanned: > Everything in Antarctica is white: icebergs, snow, penguin’s bellies, and the blinding sun. I pointed my camera everywhere, but always felt like I was missing the most incredible sights. Then this appeared. In this video, Cornell explains how he got the shot: Camera junkies and nature lovers alike are sure to find the whole process fascinating.
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