The polar galaxy of Kaiser Franz Josef Fjord

The polar galaxy of Kaiser Franz Josef Fjord

 

The great glaciers of east Greenland hit the coast at Kaiser Franz Josef Fjord in a cavalcade of cleaved ice. They spread away on southbound currents to create an absolute galaxy smatter of icebergs; millions of them speck the deep blue water, and travelling through it feels as epic as space exploration. This fringe of the largest National Park in the world is forever busting off, reforming, growing, melting, icing over, changing, all fed by the mighty, profound landmass behind.

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