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mardrl on October 22, 2009

I got hung up here reading about Jim finding your grand uncle. Very interesting. It is a very small world!

Theolfa on October 23, 2009

It is, indeed, Margot

brunosma (NO VIEWS) on November 23, 2009

Very particular photo, especially the color of the ice hi brown from the italia

Theolfa on November 23, 2009

Ciao,* Bruno*! La ringrazio per il bel complimento. Non parlo italiano, ma io uso Google Translate. Thank you for the nice compliment! Ciao! Theolfa

ekaakini on February 28, 2010

Amazing...quite an extraordinary phenomena - beautiful colour contrast with the little red boat! :):)Monika(:(:

Theolfa on March 1, 2010

I included the little red 'boat' to give an idea of how big the iceberg is, Monika. The Captain had sent the crew to check on the size and when he was told, he turned the ship around - too dangerous to go any further. But the colour blue in the ice is luminous, and I'll never forget the sight. Cheers! Theolfa

Imre Lakat on March 10, 2010

Very , very Iceberg !

Cheers , Imre

Theolfa on March 10, 2010

Hi, Imre! Glad you visited! Cheers! Theolfa

Ian Stehbens on March 21, 2010

Greetings Theolfa.

I have just come back from the glaciers and icebergs of NZ, but they aren't as beautifully pristine as this one. I love the luminosity (is that the right word?) of this beauty.

I trust all is well with you, and the spring is on the way.

Warm regards from the south.


Theolfa on April 11, 2010

Hi, Ian! I have just returned from almost a month in UK & the Galtee mountains in Co. Limerick, Ireland, where my family came from. The 'mountains' are mere hills compared to the Rockies, but more accessible and beautiful in their own way. Luminosity tells me exactly what you mean, but the camera ca't quite capture it. I look forward to checking out your recent additions. Cheers! Theolfa

Keino Davie on April 28, 2010

My Goodness but the boat gives that ICE a perspective. Amazing! Regards Keino

sugarbag1 on May 24, 2010

Goodmorning Theolfa. Wowwwwwwwwwwwwwww what a magnificent site you have here.It must have been great to see this iceberg and very cold I guess as well.The chances of me ever seeing one is nil, but only on here. Thankyou very very much for uploading this wonderful photo Theolfa.Best Of and Y*. My Kind Regards to you, from, David

Theolfa on May 24, 2010

Keino, I apologise for not knowing about your comment. sometimes Pano does not inform me, and it was only because Sugarbag commented that I checked. I deliberately included the red dinghy to emphasize the size of the iceberg, remembering that underneath there is eight times more, and that is why the ship immediately turned around and went back to safer water. Theolfa

Theolfa on May 24, 2010

Hi, David! I'm glad you can see N.America vicariously through my gallery, just as I can visit Australia & New Zealand through yours & Ian Stehbans. I don't always comment, but I do always look. Cheers! Theolfa

arch.khazarian on June 14, 2010

I Wish one Day to Visit Alaska................:))

Best Regards, Alfred

Theolfa on June 23, 2010

Hi, Alfred! Sorry to be so late in replying. Thank you for visiting my gallery, and I hope one day you will see Alaska (or British Columbia) and take some pictures, too. Greetings from Saskatchewan! Theolfa

Steve Paxton on August 11, 2010

wow not something we will ever see here in oz but a view worth seeing . steve

Theolfa on August 12, 2010

Hi, Steve! Thank you! Are there no icebergs falling off the antarctic ice? Theolfa

beyer99 on November 22, 2010

wow!!!! perfect colours and super scene!!!LIKE !! Best greetings from Austria a.beyer

Theolfa on November 24, 2010

Well, thank you, Mr. Beyer! You have obviously been browsing my gallery, and not just commenting on the latest download. That's what I like, and I appreciate your visit. Warm wishes from Regina, Theolfa

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Photo details

  • Uploaded on November 3, 2008
  • © All Rights Reserved
    by Theolfa
    • Camera: Canon PowerShot Pro1
    • Taken on 2008/08/27 08:18:02
    • Exposure: 0.005s (1/200)
    • Focal Length: 50.81mm
    • F/Stop: f/4.000
    • Exposure Bias: 0.00 EV
    • No flash