One of the highlights of the Alaskan paddling experience was getting my kayak up close to enormous icebergs, just to feel the grandeur of these magnificent natural structures. All whilst trying to keep some distance in case they roll over and flatten a fat fella in a kayak that might be close by!
It is hard to describe what these things are like. Only a mere fraction pokes up above the water, meaning the majority of these are underwater. But you can’t see that, because the glacial silt makes the water milky and hides anything more than a few inches deep. It all adds to the mystery, and the danger, of these giants. And of course, it adds to the beauty of them. 🙂